Miley Cyrus’ Endless Summer Vacation

Miley Cyrus’ Endless Summer Vacation

Pop superstar Miley Cyrus released her newest album, Endless Summer Vacation. A mixture of every era Cyrus has touched upon, the album comes as a combination of rock, country, and overall pop. Endless Summer Vacation is accompanied with a music video for the track River. The track serves as her second single. It follows the chart hit “Flowers” which garnered an immense audience. The album is in its essence a well crafted contemporary pop collection of songs featuring acclaimed artists such as Brandi Carlile and Sia.

Who is Miley Cyrus?

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Miley Cyrus has been a well-known name within the music industry for years. The daughter of renowned country artist Billy Ray Cyrus, both she and her family are well established musically. The artist was first made popular with her work on Disney’s Hannah Montana. It is because of her start that her music has varied from country and pop to rock and experimental music. Cyrus has released eight studio albums including her newest addition Endless Summer Vacation, a blissful take on translating vulnerability in life to music.

Her discography comes as an eclectic mixture of music’s best. Cyrus’ newest album speaks on her divorce from ex-husband Liam Hemsworth. It also covers many other topics such as her relationship with her sister and newly found love. The album’s first single “Flowers” was enormously well received and also spoke on Hemsworths’ infidelity. The track remains as one of the world’s most popular songs and has also topped the charts for more than 7 consecutive weeks. 

Endless Summer Vacation Album Review

Endless Summer Vacation serves as a response to the many emotions Cyrus has felt from personal experiences in both the distant and also more recent past. The album discusses the singer’s openness to new love in addition to her vulnerability towards self-discovery. Her album follows a narrative structure and flaunts her raspy, elevated vocals. Songs such as “You” and “Wildcard” carry high intensity vocals and ballad-like guitar lines. However, there is also the inclusion of softer melodies such as her country take with “Thousand Miles.” Even “Violet Chemistry” and “Rose Colored Lenses” mesmerize the audience with this sensation of R&B and pop melancholy. Miley Cyrus has entered a new era filled with vocal richness and honesty. 

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