The anticipated collaboration between pop stars Miley Cyrus and Dua Lipa has landed – 'Prisoner'.
The track drips with spoonfuls of 'Physical' by Olivia Newton-John, 'I Was Made For Loving You' by KISS, and 'Gloria' by Laura Branigan. It's track four on Miley's upcoming album 'Plastic Hearts'.
Meanwhile, the video opens with Miley's lips a la 'Rocky Horror', and is followed by a mixture of professional and VHS-esque footage of Miley and Dua getting into some pretty messy shenanigans involving fake blood, a gig in an underground club, and a party on a bus.
'Prisoner' is the second official single from 'Plastic Hearts' after 'Midnight Sky', which also got a re-release featuring new vocals from none other than Stevie Nicks and samples of her track 'Edge Of Seventeen'. Both singles suggest a gritty, rock vibe for the rest of the album, which is out 27 November.
The video ends with a pretty straightforward message: 'In loving memory of all my exes. Eat sh.t.'