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Miley Cyrus has kept quiet on the music front lately, but she just emerged on a new track with Lolawolf. The quirky pop singer collaborated with the electro-R&B duo (comprised of Zoë Kravitz and Jimmy Giannopoulos) for "Teardrop," which premiered on Zane Lowe's Beats 1 Radio show. 

The trippy mid-tempo will transport you into a spacey mindset, thanks to the distortion, rugged reverb and Miley musing about religion in spoken-word form: "Forever is like Jesus, it's just something that we've made our self-believe in / Makes, maybe, our death a little less scary / Love’s not a game and if it is I don’t want to play.” Stream "Teardrop" below:

The song (which is currently available on iTunes and Apple Music) follows Miley's cameo in Lolawolf's "Bitch" video. The artist dropped her fifth album Miley Cyrus & Her Dead Petz last August, and is working with Woody Allen on an Amazon TV series.