Miley Cyrus Confirms Fan Theories of Two 'Endless Summer Vacation' Parts
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Ahead of the release of her eighth studio album, the pop star turns to her social media platform to explain why she decided to divide her album into two parts, A.M. and P.M.

AceShowbiz - Miley Cyrus has shared more information about her new album "Endless Summer Vacation" with fans ahead of its release. The latest revelation is that the pop star purposely created the album to be divided into two sections, A.M. and P.M.

On Monday, March 6, the 30-year-old singer uploaded a teaser clip from the interview she recorded for her upcoming Disney+ special on her Instagram feed. In it, she confirmed the fan theories claiming that her album will be divided into two parts and explained why she decided to do so.

"The A.M. to me is representing the morning time where there's a buzz, an energy and there's a potential of new possibilities, it's a new day," Miley said, "And in the nighttime, it feels like there's a slinky, seediness, and kind of grime but a glamor at the same time. In the evening, it's a great time for rest, it's a time to recover or it's a time to go out and experience kind of the wild side." She continued, "In L.A., there's a certain energy to the night that you can kind of feel trouble boil up to the surface. It's very inspiring to me."

Miley will release "Endless Summer Vacation" this Friday, March 10. The album marks her eighth studio album and first since 2020's "Plastic Hearts", though she did drop a live album, "Attention: Miley Live", last year.

Miley has shared just one song from the album so far, lead single "Flowers", which opens the album. The LP will also feature collaborations with fellow musicians Brandi Carlile and Sia Furler.

To celebrate the album's release, Miley will revive her long-running "Backyard Sessions" series for a Disney+ special, "Miley Cyrus - Endless Summer Vacation (Backyard Sessions)", also premiering on March 10. Along with an interview, Miley will perform eight songs from her new album, including "Flowers", collaborate with Rufus Wainwright, and share a rendition of her 2009 classic, "The Climb".

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