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Few pop stars have been able to fuel such polarizing discussions in the past few years as Miley Cyrus. Is she provocative or pandering? Sexually explicit or sexually exploited? Are we watching a young woman who is unstable or one who knows exactly who she is and isn’t afraid to be herself?
Opinions on the former child star will likely always be plentiful, but we’re on the side that thinks Cyrus is an example of an artist not afraid to search for her own voice.
After dropping her surprise album Miley Cyrus and her Dead Petz following her somewhat controversial gig as the host of this year’s MTV Music Awards, Cyrus has now released a new music video from her latest EP.
The trippy and transcendental video for Lighter features Miley Cyrus and her sometimes naked, sometimes robed body as a backdrop for a technicolor visual experience. Miley sings, smokes, and dances her way through the simple but visually intriguing video, with the focus never leaving the musician.
In the Mike Will Made It-produced track, Miley sings “When I need the fire / You’re always my lighter” in the drug-friendly love song.
Cyrus co-directed the video with her frequent collaborator and Flaming Lips tourmate and front man Wayne Coyne. On her Facebook page, where Miley posted the video for all her fans who couldn’t get tickets to her current tour, Cyrus credits artist Jens Stark for the visuals, calling them “animated kaleidoscopic projections”.
Get ready to take a trip and check out Miley Cyrus in her video for Lighter.
Fuck yeah! After our 1st show in Chicago (which was totally turnt) we loved seeing y’all singing along to all the Dead Petz jamsssss but seemed like this one was a fan favorite!!!!! For all of you who can’t be with us in Detroit tonight and of course for all of you who will here is the official Lighter music video directed by me and Wayne Coyne featuring Jen Stark’s bad ass animated kaleidoscopic projections!!!!!
Posted by Miley Cyrus on Saturday, November 21, 2015