Described by Ronson as a “sad banger”, the track sees Cyrus experimenting once more with the foray into country music that featured on her last record. It’s been accompanied by an appropriately cinematic video that sees her driving along a highway while pursued by police.
Things get increasingly surreal as she drives through a strip club that is filled with priests, as well as passing a group of American football players who appear to be taking a knee.
The song is the first single to emerge from Ronson’s forthcoming album, which is set for release early next year.
Cyrus and Ronson will perform the record’s lead single together on the December 15 episode of Saturday Night Live.
The songwriter-producer also co-wrote ‘Shallow’ from Bradley Cooper’s remake of A Star is Born. The film soundtrack, which features vocal performances from co-stars Cooper and Lady Gaga, debuted at Number 1 on the Billboard 200 chart, making Gaga the only woman to have five Number 1 albums this decade.