Yesterday (19 August), Miley Cyrus spoke to Zane Lowe on the first episode of Apple Music's #Essentials Radio, aired on the newly-launched Apple Music 1.

As well as discussing heartbreak and inspirations behind some of her biggest tracks of her career so far, Cyrus also revealed the track title of one of her upcoming Mark Ronson collaborations that's due to feature on her new LP.

Cyrus told Zane Lowe, "I've been working really diligently for the last year on having a healthy relationship with understanding that... you know, I have a song on my record actually with Mark [Ronson] called "High", and it's like, even though I don't get high anymore, I still get high, because what I do constantly gets me high."

Just last week Cyrus returned with her first single of the year, "Midnight Sky".

Cyrus is yet to follow up her 2017 LP Younger Now.

Listen to the full interview with Miley Cyrus on Apple Music. There's currently no release date for "High".