Trace Cyrus shows his support for his half-sister, Miley Cyrus, by teaming up with her on a new song called 'Hovering'.
Miley Cyrus will enter the recording room with half-brother, Trace Cyrus, who plays as a guitarist and vocalist for band Metro Station. "[We] worked on a song together called 'Hovering,'" Trace tells PopEater.
As a promotional project for the single, Trace reveals that they "might do a music video for that and push towards alternative radio." Speaking of the still-in-the-work song, Trace explains, "It's kind of a more rock, edgy song for her, but I love the song. It's great."
Previously, Miley, her father Billy Ray Cyrus, and her mother Leticia Finley made cameo appearances on Metro's "Seventeen Forever" music video. The Cyrus family was shot for a carnival-themed music video which had a fun house, ferris wheel, bumper cars, and stunt motorcyclists which was reportedly constructed about 40 miles out of Los Angeles.
"Hovering" will reportedly be included on the platinum edition of Miley's sophomore major studio album "Breakout". Due for release on November 18 in the U.S., the record's platinum edition will also add another new song called "Somebody".