No Wrecking Ball? Miley Cyrus Releases Demure Artwork For ‘Adore You’ Single Miley Cyrus may be turning over a new leaf as the singer has unveiled the artwork for her brand new single ‘Adore You’ and some may be surprised to find that it’s completely free of any nudity, twerking and her favourite dwarves. Following the storming success of ‘Bangerz’ tracks ‘We Can’t Stop’ and ‘Wrecking Ball,’ Miley is preparing to release the third track from the number one album next year, ‘Adore You,’ which was written by up and coming artist Stacy Barthe. Miley Cyrus will be releasing ‘Adore You’ next year (Miley Cyrus/Twitter)The laid-back ballad is certainly a different sound for the twerking princess so it comes as no surprise that the artwork reflects the track’s ethereal vibe. The simplistic cover art sees a close up of the bottom half of Miley’s face looking down at a large bouquet of roses and is in stark contrast to the artwork for the previous two singles, so how does it compare?The ‘We Can’t Stop’ image reflects the party nature of the controversial music video showing a couple of girls brandishing their red cups about while the follow-up single, as we all know, features Miley half-naked swinging around on a wrecking ball.Both singles caused a flurry of scandal and dominated the charts – and headlines – for much of this year.Party bonanza ‘We Can’t Stop’ was the first track to be released from ‘Bangerz’ (Packshot)‘We Can’t Stop’ got everyone trying to perfect their twerking skills while they were also left with their jaws open while watching Miley getting frisky with a blow-up doll and cutting her fingers off in the video – not literally of course.Miley riding her beloved Wrecking Ball (Packshot)‘Wrecking Ball’ raised even more eyebrows when Miley seductively licked a sledgehammer before climbing atop the wrecking ball, initially dressed in a crop top and underwear and later stripping everything off to go completely nude. Yes, it’s been a long year!The former Disney star is now gearing up for her 2014 Bangerz tour which kicks off on February 14 and promises plenty of fun shenanigans with Icona Pop and Sky Ferreira as her support acts. The jaunt may also entice some of Miley’s collaborators to make an appearance including Big Sean, Future, Will.i.am and Pharrell Williams although, Britney Spears may be a little too busy on her Las Vegas residency.