The teen pop singer has started the preparation of her new album's launching by shooting the music video for her first single from the upcoming LP.
Preparing the release of her new album "Breakout", Miley Cyrus has now started to shoot the clip for her first single "7 Things". The upcoming music video was directed by renown Hollywood director Brett Ratner and was shot in L.A. starting from May 30.
From the pictures of the video shoot that have been released on June 2, it can be seen that the new clip will set Miley rocking and singing the tunes with her band. Moreover, from one of the photos the teen pop star was also seen smashing a guitar, but not a real one as it turns out to be a Wii Guitar Hero controller. The complete pictures from the set can be viewed on MileyOnline.fr.
"7 Things" itself first debuted on Elvis Duran and the Morning Zoo radio show on May 13 and it will get an official digital release via iTunes on June 17. The song is also being described as a mixture between pop verse and a rock chorus which resulted as a combination of Avril Lavigne's style and Miley's dad Billy Ray Cyrus' music.
Meanwhile, the pop star's upcoming album is being set to hit the stores on July 22 via Hollywood Records. The upcoming LP will also be Miley's second studio album but her first outside of her famous Disney series "Hannah Montana"'s image.