INGLEWOOD, CA - AUGUST 27:  Miley Cyrus performs during the 2017 MTV Video Music Awards at The Forum on August 27, 2017 in In
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Miley Cyrus fantasizes about freeing herself of a deadweight boyfriend in new song "Week Without You," the latest taste from her upcoming album Younger Now. The woozy ballad takes Cyrus back to her country roots, fusing sounds of soul, pop, blues and even a little doo-wop. 

"If I spent a week without you / I'd probably have so much fun, hm / First thing first I'd gather up all my girls, yeah / So we can lay out in the sun / It would be so nice not to worry / How I'd love not to stress / I'd go and grab my old blue jeans / I'm sick of wearing this silly dress," Cyrus muses on the second verse. Hmm, could this be her referring to her 2013 breakup with Liam Hemsworth?

"Week Without You" comes after "Younger Now," "Inspired" and "Malibu." Younger Now, Cyrus' sixth album and the follow-up to her independent 2015 release Miley Cyrus & Her Dead Petz, will arrive on Sept. 29. Next, watch Bea Miller explain how her synesthesia links Miley Cyrus, Halsey and Hayley Williams to different colors: