Miley Cyrus has unleashed ‘Plastic Hearts’ – her seventh studio album.
Led by ‘Midnight Sky’ and the burgeoning smash ‘Prisoner’ featuring Dua Lipa, the set marks her foray into ’80’s inspired pop-rock that the star only previously alluded to on albums before.
That Grape Juice has had the LP on repeat since its release. Join us below to find out which five tracks are essential on ‘Plastic Hearts’…
Bold, brash, and raw.
Cyrus has achieved another superb reinvention with the lead single for this LP.
While sleeker than anything the Pop star has released before, she is destined to conquer arenas one after one with this soon-to-be classic.
On a project jam-packed with searing guitars and rocker energy, this delicious slice of Country-Pop is a welcome return to Cyrus’ roots.
Atmospheric and out of this world, she is forced to come back to Earth as she burns in the flames of loss proving that even the bada*ses of this world are not immune to the pains of heartbreak.
Angels Like You
Built for stadiums with old fashioned lighters, Miley proves that she is right at home with the likes of Bon Jovi and The Scorpions with this rock ballad.
In a time of trap beats and heavy synths, she proves that some things never go out of style, like this hidden gem.
Well done, Miley. Well done
WTF Do I Know
Packed to the brim with scuzzy guitars and peppy production that recalls the best works of Joan Jett, this track overblown in the best way possible.
While Miley may ask on the chorus “What the f*ck do I Know,” the answer is a simple one: she knows how to make one killer song that is as unapologetic as it is timeless.
Gimme What I Want
This rocking track is dripping with an industrial undercurrent that recalls ‘Closer’ by Nine Inch Nails.
However, Cyrus ups the ante by declaring “So give me what I want / Or I’ll give it to myself.”
Equal parts provocative and innovative, this track is destined to be a staple among Cyrus’ best.
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