Miley Cyrus to Release New Song and TV Special “About the First 30 Years of My Life”

Miley Cyrus is officially revisiting her past as part of her new era. On Aug. 17, the star announced that she’s releasing a new song called “Used to Be Young,” along with a music video. “August 25TH. ‘USED TO BE YOUNG,'” she wrote on Instagram, going on to share that the single’s release will be accompanied by an in-depth interview and televised special.

“In celebration of my new single release ‘Endless Summer Vacation (Backyard Sessions)’ continues,” she wrote. “Aug 24th @ 10p.m. EDT on ABC. This time with a retrospective interview sharing stories about the first 30 years of my life in honor of ‘U2BY.’ This song is dedicated to my loyal fans. I love YOU for loving every version of ME. Always, Miley.” The special, called “Endless Summer Vacation: Continued (Backyard Sessions),” will be available to stream on Hulu the day after it premieres, per a press release.

Cyrus had been teasing “Used to Be Young” for several days prior to making things official. On Aug. 15, she tweeted the phrase “I know I used to be crazy. I know I used to be fun. You say I used to be wild. I say I used to be young” alongside a video of posters advertising some of her old hits, from “Wrecking Ball” to “Party in the USA.” In the press release, Cyrus also revealed that she will be celebrating the 10th anniversary of her album “Bangerz” in September with a limited-edition vinyl release that includes a bonus track called “23” with Mike WiLL Made-It.

Cyrus’s most recent release prior to “Used to Be Young” was February’s “Endless Summer Vacation,” which featured the infectious hit single “Flowers.”

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