Miley Cyrus' New Single 'Week Without You' Is a Soulful Breakup Sing-Along -- Listen!

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Miley Cyrus is daydreaming about a breakup.

The Younger Now singer dropped "Week Without You," the fourth song off of her upcoming album on Thursday, which returns to the relationship themes from "Malibu," but feels like a different kind of blue.

Week without you is out everywhere!!!!!

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"I know that I gave you my heart/ But you stomped it to the ground," the 24-year-old singer croons in the super-hooky chorus. Other lines of the song similarly find Cyrus with one foot out, but ultimately able to reconcile the good parts of a relationship from the bad. 

"You know I'd miss you, baby/ Feels like I've known you since I was just seven years old," she sings. "You used to make me smile but now you don't do that anymore."

Listen to the song below.

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Younger Now is set to release on Sept. 29.

In the lead-up to the release, Cyrus has been releasing snippets of songs on the record -- in their order on the tracklist, corresponding to how many days there are left until the album comes out.

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#LoveSomeone 💕💚💕💚 #YoungerNow 9 days!!!!

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The teases suggest an eclectic collection of tracks, which really isn't all that surprising when you consider that Cyrus' last two releases swung from late-night party anthem pop to an acoustic-downbeat electro blend of Flaming Lips-esque introspection.

How ever you feel about Miley, or the songs, one thing's for sure -- she always keeps it interesting!

Watch the video to see Cyrus do Carpool Karaoke with her family!

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