Miley Cyrus's [3:45] minutes of self-directed Glitzy Glamour

In the wake of making a buzz online for as far back as not many weeks 27 year old singer Miley Cyrus released her highly anticipated single 'Midnight Sky', the song is the first single from her upcoming seventh studio album “She Is Miley Cyrus”.

Miley surprisingly stuns all in the the self-directed music video, laying lavishly among bright gumballs or warbling seductively in a neon disco decked in a dark Chanel bodysuit complete with Swarovski crystal-covered long black gloves. The vignette draws motivation from solid female musical icons, including Stevie Nicks, Joan Jett and Debbie Harry, as Cyrus assumes responsibility for her own story from the media and turns fully confident in herself.

Consistent with the decade's energy for dramatic dress from head to toe, Cyrus presents a procession of fashion looks assembled from her archive, from the dark Self Portrait bodysuit combined with a Chanel logo chain belt and long David Koma gloves to the herrington bone Richard Quinn suit worn with sculptural precious stone Alan Crocetti studs. Each outfit more adapted than the following, they're totally punctuated by Cyrus' particular glitz rock magnificence look, which amazingly plays off the video's neon shading palette and the dappled sparkle of the disco lights.

Cyrus' platinum blonde mullet (a definitive bad-good cut pattern) is as yet going solid with its brow touching periphery, styled smooth and shiny with assistance from beautician Bryce Scarlett. The directional shag features her set of metallic violet tops, cleared out towards the outer brows to cat eye impact, her gleaming red pout painted on by cosmetics craftsman Janice Daoud.

As she sings "Fire in my lungs, can't nibble the villain on my tongue, God help us, I don't should be adored by you", her sensational eye-and-lips blend sparkles and gleams in the midst of the clear sets, from the strobe-lit mirror space to the room hung in a zoological garden of neon animal sculptures and hanging disco balls.

Presenting wild yet relatable assumptions against a fantastical