Miley Cyrus - Endless Summer Vacation

Has the report of a volume 2 dropping in the coming months been posted about yet? It came from The S*n, which has remained pretty accurate for the pop girls lately.

I can reveal the pop superstar will release a bumper second volume of the record in the next few months, featuring even more autobiographical songs about her rocky love life, and a remix of Miley’s No1 hit Flowers also on the cards.
“Initially the plan was to call the album Endless Summer Vacation Volume 1 but then it was decided a surprise drop would be better.”

Last week speculation about Miley’s plans spread on social media after her actress sister Brandi was asked about Endless Summer Vacation and replied: “My favourite song is actually not on here, it will be coming out later.”
My source continued: “Last year Miley had a few leaks in terms of music so the past few months has been a total lockdown with everything on a need-to-know basis.
"Even some in her wider team were kept in the dark about what was on Endless Summer Vacation.

Sounds like it'll be more than a handful of new songs. I'm absolutely loving the standard edition now, so I'm ready!
Future Nostalgia eventually spiralled into a mess too.
Miss Dua Lipa did not hustle her ass off during a global pandemic, including live performances from the kitchen of her Airbnb, for the Future Nostalgia era to be labelled a mess!

Seriously though, imagine labelling a three year album campaign, that included multiple smash hit singles, a remix album, Studio 2054, a sold out world tour and an old school approach to performances (late night, awards and digital channels) a mess?

Like, it was the best era by a big pop girl in years. From the music videos, to the remix album, to the editorial photoshoots, to the visuals, and the plethora of performances, Dua kept us consistently fed.

If anything, Future Nostalgia should be the blueprint of how to market and sell an album / era. It’s a shame if anything Miley wasn’t a little more present in the same way as Dua in the lead up to the album dropping.
We're Good didn't even flop. She had two colossal hits swallow virtually everything else in the campaign. The re-release was a perfect encapsulation of the entire era outside of the standard album - the only misfire was not including the massive bop Crocodile Tears in exchange for something like Not My Problem.
Rewatching the backyard sessions. It’s nice revisiting it now knowing the songs…

Stand out songs for me at the moment are Rose Coloured Lenses, Wildcard, Island and Wonderwoman.

Edit: also love Thousand Miles too

I am actually really enjoying this album, I’m now perched for a tour.