Miley Cyrus and Dua Lipa united to create a brand new single, and it’s a banger.
“Prisoner,” the second single from Cyrus’ new album Plastic Hearts, is an irresistible disco-rock anthem in which the artists beg a love interest to “let me go.”
Directed by Cyrus and Alana O’Herlihy, the vintage theme is a grisly affair, following the duo as they take a trip across town before performing the track in a dreary club.
The outro includes a title card from Cyrus that reads: “In loving memory of all my exes, eat s–t,” and a clip of iconic drag queen Divine declaring, “I’m a free woman now, and my life is just ready to begin.”
Plastic Hearts, Cyrus’ seventh album and first since 2017, drops November 27, through RCA Records.
It will include the hit “Midnight Sky” as well as Cyrus’ fan-favorite covers of “Heart of Glass” and “Zombie.”
Lipa is one of four collaborations on the record: Billy Idol joins in on “Night Crawling”; Joan Jett on Bad Karma; and Steve Nicks on “Edge of Midnight,” which is a remix of “Midnight Sky.”
“Prisoner” is now available on iTunes, but you can watch the video below.
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