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.
Cara Delevingne and her new BFF Zoë Kravitz have been hanging out in Cannes without us. But do not fret as made this by make a weird movie about it.
The cafe where they filmed it looks exactly like the kind of place where you would hope to find Cara, her friends, and French cheese.
This Instagram video is a bit of a mind f*ck in that we don’t have the slightest idea of what’s happening. But basically, here’s the plot.
- Cara urges Zoë to tell Jimmy she loves him. (Jimmy is a guy with white-blond hair and horrible taste.)
- Enter Zoë’s clone who has the confidence to give this guy her number.
- Zoë watches so she can see what would happen if she professed her love.
- But the guy is not into her at all.
- Cara and some other dude think she’s really hot though.
- Zoë’s thinks that Zoë (herself and her competition) is gross.
We get it: it’s an art film. The film doesn’t concern itself with logic so we can’t really follow it. Instead, we must abandon disbelief as we watch one Zoë accept defeat and agree that the other Zoë is horrible. The best tack is to just draw your own conclusion.