Following her recent confession to British Vogue that she has no plans for a large-scale tour for her new album due to a lack of connection with fans, Miley Cyrus found herself in need of clarifying her comments. In the interview, the pop star hinted that performing for hundreds of thousands of people is not her favorite thing and she feels isolated in big venues. After receiving some concern from her fans, Cyrus took to social media to address the situation. In her statement, the singer assured fans that she feels more connected to them than ever and that she deeply feels their support, even if she cannot see them face-to-face every night at a concert.
Miley Cyrus has taken to her social media platforms to address her comments in a British Vogue interview about not touring in support of her latest album, Endless Summer Vacation. She clarified that she is constantly finding new ways to connect with her fans without sacrificing her own essentials and that touring has been among the most cherished times of her life. However, the lifestyle on the road comes at a price, which she is not willing to pay right now. Cyrus explained that she doesn’t want to get ready in a locker room, sleep on a moving bus, or travel with her archival looks that don’t fold well. Although she has made up her mind not to go on a full-out tour for her latest album, she remains open to her feelings about the road changing in the future. Cyrus’s last full-fledged tour was for her fourth studio album, Bangerz, in 2014. Since then, she has done short treks on the road in support of other releases.
“I want to make it clear that I love my fans, but my decision not to go on tour has nothing to do with not valuing them. It’s simply because I don’t want to go through the hassle of preparing in a locker room, which is the norm when you’re constantly on tour,” explained the pop star.
Miley Cyrus has decided against going on tour due to her preference for not sleeping on a moving bus. Instead, she released her eighth studio album, “Endless Summer Vacation,” which features the hit single “Flowers.” The song broke several streaming records and spent eight weeks at number one on the US Billboard Hot 100, while also topping charts in 36 other countries. Two more singles, “River” and “Jaded,” were released before the album debuted at number three on the US Billboard 200, making it Cyrus’s 14th top-10 album. This album is her first release with Columbia Records after leaving RCA Records. Her previous album, “Plastic Hearts,” showcased her move towards rock and glam music and debuted at number two on the Billboard 200, featuring collaborations with Billy Idol, Joan Jett, and Dua Lipa.