Miley Cyrus’ ‘Dead Petz’ album makes its way to Apple Music and Spotify

At last, Miley Cyrus & Her Dead Petz can be obtained on music’s most popular streaming devices.

On Tuesday, which coincidentally was National Pet Day, the 23-track album became available for iTunes, Apple Music and Spotify users. Cyrus dropped the psychedelic project in 2015. Launched via SoundCloud, Dead Petz blew minds everywhere with its peculiar sound and bold visuals.

Fast forward two years and Dead Petz currently holds the number one spot on iTunes in Argentina and Chile. The record continues to climb its way up the US chart as well, all without any promotion dating back to its initial release.

The 24-year-old “Party in the U.S.A.” hitmaker worked closely on the dauntless album alongside rock band The Flaming Lips. Frontman Wayne Coyne opened up about collaborating with the former Disney star during an interview last month.

“I think that on a cultural or musical level, people could have a very good, already-formed idea about what Miley Cyrus is,” he explained. “You might have a well-formed idea about what we are and think there is nothing that the two have in common. But, if you are around her and you see the way she works, you would end up thinking she’s kind of like The Flaming Lips. Because she’s really just doing whatever the f*** she wants.”

Cyrus’ is currently in the midst of her sixth studio album and rumored to be unveiling new music later this year.

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Written by Cayla Masters

Music, pop culture and cheesesteak lover. Follow me on Twitter, @caylamasters