The track features in a preview for the film "Freeheld" out in early October
A fresh Miley Cyrus track has been established together with the preview for the film "Freeheld" , which is due in films October 2.
The release follows Cyrus’ collaborative, psychedelic attempt with The Flaming Lips Wayne Coyne & Miley Cyrus and Her Deceased Petz, a 90-minute record released in late August.
The film is founded on the real story of a lesbian couple Stacie Andree and Laurel Hester (played by Ellen Page and Julianne Moore), who participated in a legal fight with New Jersey county officials over the rights to Hester's authorities pension after she was diagnosed with terminal lung cancer in 2005. Hester passed away in 2006.
This latest Miley release was written by Linda Perry, whose previous work contains tracks recorded by Gwen Stefani and Christina Aguilera, in addition to work with Courtney Love and Kelly Osbourne.
The preview – that’s a touch above a minute in length – gives just a short clip of the track, alongside crucial scenes from the movie.
Talking of "Freeheld’, Cyrus emphasized that her participation is designed to expand a message about equal rights, telling Time "Folks prefer to learn through amusement. It’s an interactive strategy to get individuals to hear your message by placing it in a tune they like to listen to, or a movie they desire to see."