Miley Cyrus reflects on her past partying days in her latest single 'Used to be Young,' releasing on August 25th.

The 30-year-old artist playfully teases the single by wearing a Mickey Mouse T-shirt, a nod to her Disney Channel beginnings.

The single's release coincides with her father Billy Ray Cyrus's birthday, seen as a gesture of gratitude for his support in her career journey.

Miley's hit song 'Flowers' was released on her ex-husband Liam Hemsworth's birthday, showcasing her personal connections in her music.

The modified vintage Mickey Mouse T-shirt she's using to promote the single will be auctioned to benefit the Make-A-Wish foundation.

In a conversation with British Vogue, Miley discusses her sober lifestyle and how she declined a club-centric track due to her focus on growth.

Fans speculate that Miley's upcoming song holds deep emotional significance, given her evolution from her early Disney days.

Miley rose to fame through her role in 'Hannah Montana,' a popular Disney Channel show that aired from 2006 to 2011.

Miley's recent pursuits include strolling through rose gardens and exploring art galleries, reflecting her evolved interests and maturity.