The 'Malibu' singer teases more of 'Younger Now' a week before it drops.
22 September 2017

Miley Cyrus is bringing that New Music Friday feeling one day early this week! The pop icon has released Week Without You, a country kiss-off to an unsatisfying lover, as a promotional single ahead of her new album Younger Now‘s release next week. Week Without You is full-out country in its production, compared to the airy fun vibes of Malibu and Younger Now, as Miley sings of leaving over a familiar-sounding guitar melody.

“And it seems you just wanna bring me down, down / With your bad attitude / When you know I’m not one to keep dealing with sh*t / That you put me through,” she croons, imagining what it’d be like to leave her problematic beau. Week Without You is the fourth song we’ve heard from Younger Now, after the singles and promotional single ‘Inspired’ that was released after Miley performed it at the One Love Manchester benefit concert.





Younger Now is her first major-label release since 2013’s Bangerz, although she did release the deeply underappreciated Miley Cyrus and her Dead Petz independently on SoundCloud in 2015.

So far, we’ve fallen in love with every song we’ve heard from Younger Now – and this is no different!