Miley Cyrus' new single 'Malibu' is her most emotional track yet

Rob Latour  Invision  AP File                      Miley Cyrus arrives at the Tom Ford Autumn  Winter 2015 Womenswear Presentation in Los Angeles on Feb. 20 2015

Miley Cyrus returns to her roots of family, sobriety and love in her new single "Malibu", which she released Thursday, marking the first new track from the pop star in almost two years.

Miley Cyrus shared the first song from her upcoming new album, which remains untitled.

As previously reported, Miley, 24, recently told Billboard that she stopped smoking marijuana as she prepares a musical comeback.

"I don't think those people are going to listen to me when I'm sitting there in nipple pasties, you know?" she told Billboard of the new Miley era.

Are you happy that Miley Cyrus is back with her new single?

That said, annoying Miley is still in there - in the song's accompanying video, she does a ridiculous "jig" on the beach.

When Cyrus and Hemsworth ended their engagement in 2013, Cyrus was transitioning out of her Disney, Hannah Montana image. "I'd be here writing this song/ But here I am, next to you/ The sky's more blue in Malibu".

"Love this! Sounds like you just pulled up to liberation station", the I Kissed a Girl hitmaker posted. Her dad credits the fashion rethink to finding happiness personally and professionally, after rekindling her romance with her actor fiance Liam Hemsworth in late 2015. The singer/actress announced the good news last Wednesday, May 10 together with the promo teaser about her soon to be released single. And then you realise what's most important. "I was just uneducated". I'm not doing drugs, I'm not drinking, I'm completely clean right now!

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