New studio album - Miley Cyrus: The eternal search for arrival

search for yourself
There are innocent-seeming “Hannah Montana” moments, there’s the psychedelic touch, the country cross-references and – most importantly in terms of content – a truckload of sex and eroticism reminiscent of her mid-2010s live shows, where she did gymnastics on American cars in a barely noticeable thong or covered the American poetry god Bob Dylan in tight panties. Above all, Miley Cyrus was always a person for everyone. Objectified and displayed to satisfy feelings and cravings. You can’t blame her for looking for herself and her true inner self on “Endless Summer Vacation” in addition to peace and happiness in life. The song “You” is actually an “I” because on it Cyrus detaches from herself and preaches to her in the third person that she is sufficient to find peace and fulfillment in life. “Thousand Miles” sung with Brandi Carlile evokes a gentle vulnerability that gets under your skin.

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Deborah Acker

I write epic fantasy; self-published via KDP. Devoted dog mom to my 10 yr old GSD, Shadow! DM not a priority; slow response at best #amwriting #author.

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