’No one stays the same’ sings Miley Cyrus on the title track to the ‘Own Now’. And she certainly doesn't.
The former barnestjerne on the Disney Channel created a wild furor, when she in 2013 threw both the garment and the loss of inhibition in connection with the release of its unbearably overbearing album ’Bangerz’.
A few years later, surprised she is on quite a different show in the form of udsyrede ’Miley Cyrus & Her Dead Petz’, which indeed was a collaboration with the anarchist rockfantaster of The Flaming Lips.
The overgrown problem child is also not to know of his sixth studio album, ’Younger ' Now’, where the wildly wobbling career path lead her to a california beach with the shimmering atmosphere of indian summer.
the 24-year-old Cyrus sings suddenly subdued hippiepop, and it makes she is compelling in a minimalist and airy, the soundstage on well-formed and immediately pleasing songs such as ’I Would Die for You’, ’Love Someone’ and småpsykedeliske ’Miss You So Much’.
the Album's rocky tone has fundamentally more in common with beck's balladeplader and Mazzy Star than Taylor Swift and Rihanna, so even when Cyrus and producer Oren Yoel screws up a bit for rytmeboksen on ’Malibu’, ’Thinkin’ and ’Bad Mood’, aglow ørehængerne of inviting lejrbålsstemning.
It feels as though verdensstjernen have recorded the ’Own Now’ with the sand between your toes, but she also has a few stone in the shoe.
Cyrus lose the melody in ’Rainbowland’, there is a strange unfinished nursery with gudmoderen Dolly Parton, and the final ’Inspired’ chamber over in maria sentimentality.
Blemishes grows Cyrus probably never, but she has committed an astonishingly mature and welcoming response. What must it not end with?
Miley Cyrus' new 'Younger ' Now' is produced by Oren Yoel and have a playing time of 41 minutes.