Zoë Kravitz and her band Lolawolf, have team up with pansexual pop star Miley Cyrus for a new track about girl-on-girl affections.
The relatively low-key track called Teardrop, which features trippy echoes and heavy electronic synth, is a far cry from Cyrus’s well known hits like, We Can’t Stop and Party in the U.S.A.
The track’s lyrics were probably a selling point for the Happy Hippie Foundation founder to get involved as well.
They’re about a girl falling in love with another girl.
“But you made me feel so good. I can make a teardrop, Girl you make me feel so good, Teardrop.”
What better song for a passionate LGBTQ supporter like Miley to lend her unique vocals to?
Cyrus teased the track on Instagram Wednesday, along with a link to buy it on iTunes.