Miley Cyrus Reveals Track Listing for 'Younger Now' Album

It includes a duet with godmother Dolly Parton on "Rainbowland."

Miley Cyrus shared the track list for her upcoming sixth studio album, Younger Now, on Monday morning (Sept. 18). With 11 days remaining until the album's release on Sept. 29, Cyrus revealed that there will be 11 tracks, including a duet with her godmother, Dolly Parton, on the song "Rainbowland."

This is the full track listing: 

1. "Younger Now"
2. "Malibu"
3. "Rainbowland" featuring Dolly Parton
4. "Week Without You"
5. 'Miss You So Much"
6. "I Would Die For You" 
7. "Thinkin'"
8. "Bad Mood"
9. "Love Someone"
10. "She's Not Him"
11. "Inspired"

Cyrus fans noticed that the Younger Now track listing is on the album's cover art, which was originally released on Aug. 17. Although, it should be noted that Cyrus's tweet on Monday (Sept. 18) -- 11 days until the album's arrival -- emboldened the 11th track "Inspired" as it played, which leads to speculation that Cyrus will tweet out a clip of each track in correlation with how many days are left until the album release.

Cyrus released the album's lead single, "Malibu," also her comeback song, on May 11. Following that, Cyrus performed "Inspired" at the One Love Manchester benefit concert on June 4 two weeks after a terrorist bombed Manchester Arena following an Ariana Grande gig.

The duet with Parton continues the pair's long association, which ranges form Cyrus tapping Parton to act as a mentor to her team (and sing a duet) on The Voice to Miley's frequent covering of Parton's "Jolene" in conert.

On Sept. 16, Cyrus took part in BBC 1 Radio's annual Live Lounge, where she performed at her home and sat down with host Clara Amfo -- the interview took place in Cyrus's own personal Rainbowland that inspired the song. “I’ve been holding on to it.” Cyrus told Amfo about Younger Now. “I wrote [the album’s first song] ‘Malibu’ in June of last year and then put it out April, May this year. It’s time. I’ve been holding on to it for too long!"

Watch the full interview below.