Miley Cyrus and Dua Lipa have released their killer new collaboration, “Prisoner,” off of Cyrus’s Plastic Hearts album, along with a rebellious new video.

In the vein of the upcoming LP, the “Prisoner” visuals exude pure raunchy, ’80s rock ‘n’ roll vibes, complete with mullets, a disheveled tour bus, and ripped fishnet tights. The song itself also evokes a gritty, vintage feel; the hook is even reminiscent of Olivia Newton John‘s “Physical.”

Lipa and Cyrus trade verses in the head-banging new song, but they’re all over each other in the video, feeling each other up in the back of their tour bus and rocking out on stage for their joint underground show at the end of the clip. They play up the old-school aesthetic with film footage, heavy eye makeup, and layers and layers of jewels.

In Miley’s classic DGAF fashion, the video ends with a tongue-in-cheek dedication: “In loving memory of all my exes. Eat shit.”

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Cyrus has been all about the retro rock inspo in her latest era of music. Weeks ago, she teamed up with Stevie Nicks on a new song that revives her iconic hit “Edge of Seventeen.” Plastic Hearts also includes features with Billy Idol and Joan Jett.

Lipa also had a successful year in music after releasing her Future Nostaliga album earlier in 2020. She soon followed up with a dance remix album, which included a collaboration with Missy Elliot, Madonna, and The Blessed Madonna.

She and Cyrus first had fans speculating about a collab in August, when they shared a photo together in the studio. “Dua has heard what you haven’t….,” Miley boasted at the time. But now, we can all enjoy in the pop stars’ joint project.

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This article originally appeared on Harper’s BAZAAR US.

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