Following various teases over the past few days, Mark Ronson and Miley Cyrus will release their new collaboration ‘Nothing Breaks Like A Heart’ later this week. Ahead of the song’s debut, Ronson has now confirmed that the track will lead the charge for his first full-length solo album since 2015’s ‘Uptown Special’.
Speaking to BBC News, the producer described the record as an “album of ‘sad bangers’ – heavy on emotion but equally serious about filling dance floors.”.
Though a release-date is yet to be revealed (alongside the project’s title), Ronson has confirmed special guests on the album will include Lykke Li, Yebba and his recent signee King Princess – alongside Cyrus of course.
‘Nothing Breaks Like A Heart’ will land tomorrow (Thursday 29th November).