Miley Cyrus shared the elegant black and white cover for her upcoming Plastic Hearts album on Sunday (Nov. 15), which was shot by legendary photographer Mick Rock. In the snap, Miley is laying back, her eyes focused firmly on the camera while she rocks a sleeveless t-shirt, dark lipstick and multiple thick gold chains.
English photographer Rock is renowned for his classic pics of everyone from Queen to David Bowie, T. Rex’ Marc Bolan, Blondie, the Ramones and many other 1970s rock and punk giants. Cyrus posted the track list for her 12-song album on Friday (Nov. 13), revealing collaborations with Billy Idol (“Night Crawling”), Dua Lipa (“Prisoner”) and Joan Jett (“Bad Karma”).
The collection, due out on Nov. 27, will also feature Cyrus’ recent single, “Midnight Sky,” as well as the provocatively-titled “Gimme What I Want,” “Hate Me” and “Golden G String.”
Check out the snap below.
Album photography shot by the legendary @TheRealMickRock #PlasticHearts is coming! November 27th! pic.twitter.com/au9YZC3R5F
— Miley Ray Cyrus (@MileyCyrus) November 15, 2020