Miley Cyrus and Dua Lipa have joined forces for a brand new single, and it’s a smasher.
Prisoner, the second single from the former’s new album Plastic Hearts, is an infectious disco-rock anthem in which the stars plead with a love interest to “let me go”.
Directed by Cyrus and Alana O’Herlihy, the vintage-inspired visual is a bloody affair, following the pair as they embark on a trip across town before performing the track in a grungy club.
The outro features a title card from Cyrus, which states: “In loving memory of all my exes, eat s–t,” and a clip of legendary drag queen Divine saying, “I’m a free woman now and my life is just ready to begin.”
Plastic Hearts, Cyrus’ seventh album and first since her 2017 country-pop effort Younger Now, will be released 27 November by RCA Records.
It will include disco-tinged banger Midnight Sky, which recently made its first appearance in the UK top five, as well as Cyrus’ fan-favourite covers of Heart of Glass and Zombie.
Lipa is one of four collaborations: Billy Idol features on Night Crawling; Joan Jett on Bad Karma; and Steve Nicks on Edge of Midnight (Midnight Sky Remix).
Prisoner is now available on iTunes and streaming services – watch the video here or below.