It's been just over four years since singer Miley Cyrus last toured, but fans can look forward to the possibility in 2020. On Monday, Cyrus posted on her Instagram account "New Hair. New Year. NEW MUSIC." along with a series of photos. She also posted a tweet that showed her having a Facetime session with musician Andrew Watt, which suggests the two could be collaborating.
Cyrus released the EP "She Is Coming" in 2019, followed by "My Sad Christmas," which is believed to be in reference to her ex-husband Liam Hemsworth. Though Cyrus didn't announce a tour in her post, she will be performing at the Bottlerock Festival in Napa in May. The festival is May 22-24, and three-day tickets are sold out on the primary market, but one-day tickets are still available.
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The 27-year-old Cyrus doesn't have a single singing style -- she's performed hip-hop, pop, and country pop, so what her new music will bring is anyone's guess. Last year, she was ranked 62nd on Billboard's Top 125 Artists of All Time list in 2019.
In 2019, Cyrus planned to release thee six-song EPs prior to releasing a full album. She only released "She Is Coming" on May 31, 2019, and the second and third installments -- "She Is Here" and "She Is Everything" were delayed to 2020. "She Is Coming" debuted at number five on the US Billboard 200.
Cyrus last toured in 2015 on the Milky Milky Milk Tour, which made stops in eight North American cities. She was joined on tour by The Flaming Lips and Dan Deacon.