Miley Cyrus' music video for her new single, "Younger Now," has gotten nearly 8 million views since it was posted on YouTube on Thursday.

The 4-minute clip is a tribute to transformation showing the returning "The Voice" coach alternately playing a guitar while wearing Elvis Presley-style stage costumes and clad in a frilly, pink dress as she rides a parade float through a small town, then enjoys a fair and tears up the floor at a '50s dance party with an age-diverse crowd.

"Feels like I just woke up. Like all this time, I've been asleep. Even though it's not who I am, I'm not afraid of who I used to be. No one stays the same," she sings.

Cyrus' sixth studio album, also titled "Younger Now," will be released on Sept. 29.