Miley Cyrus' 'Can't Be Tamed' drops June 22
Singer set for Rock in Rio, 'GMA,' Much Music Video AwardsLONDON -- Miley Cyrus will release her new album "Can't Be Tamed" on June 22.
The title track will be released as a download on May 18. MySpace Music will host the global premier on April 30 at 12 noon EST, and the track goes to radio May 3.
A deluxe version of the album will include a DVD with tour footage from 2009. The album will be released a day earlier in the U.K.
The single is described in a Hollywood Records statement as being about "self-empowerment where Miley asserts her need to stay true to herself in her relationships and it's sure to become an anthem among her legions of fans around the world."
Cyrus worked with producers including John Shanks (Sheryl Crow, Celine Dion, Kelly Clarkson, Bon Jovi) and long-time song-writing collaborators Tim James and Antonina Armato on the set. James and Armato produced and co-wrote "Can't Be Tamed" with Cyrus, and the video was directed by Robert Hales (Justin Timberlake, Gnarls Barkley, Kings of Leon).
Concert appearances this summer include Rock in Rio festival dates in Lisbon (May 29) and Madrid (June 6), as well as the "Good Morning America" Summer Concert Series in Central Park.
Cyrus will co-host and perform at the Much Music Video Awards June 20.