As previously reported, Miley Cyrus has been filming a music video for her new single "Fly on the Wall" and to get it done, she has teamed up with music director Philip Andelman, the same man who helped Jonas Brothers making "Lovebug" music video. "I'm not sure if she did know I directed the ['Lovebug'] video and she didn't mention it on set," Andelman told MTV concerning the coincidence.
In a further statement, the concept of the music video is revealed. It will indeed feature some paparazzi scenes. "The gist of the concept is that she and her boyfriend are on a date, leaving a movie, when suddenly, he gets overcome by some strange cough," Andelman said. "Suddenly, he turns into a paparazzo and begins chasing Miley. Soon, she is backed into a corner with nowhere to turn and the paparazzi approaching, when suddenly, instead of attacking or photographing her, they break into choreography."
"'Fly on the Wall' is about the media," Cyrus commented on the self-penned song. "It's about how they think they know everything about me, when they don't. They want to be a fly on my wall and watch me 24/7." The track is one of the new songs on her sophomore major studio album "Breakout", which has been released in the U.S. market in July.