Miley Cyrus releases break-up song ‘Slide Away’

Miley Cyrus and Australian actor Liam Hemsworth recently announced their split

Miley Cyrus and Australian actor Liam Hemsworth recently announced their split

Miley Cyrus just dropped her new song "Slide Away" and everyone has pretty much come to the conclusion that she's singing about her ex Liam Hemsworth.

However, multiple sources allegedly close to Cyrus and Carter have said they are longtime friends who have bonded over their fresh break-ups.

Sources on Team Liam told Page Six that Miley's camp has been working hard to, as the New York Post's gossip column writes, "paint Hemsworth as the problem".

The artwork shows a bath and some medication, while the lyrics - "Think I'm gonna miss these harbour lights." - continually refer to departure.

"Their wedding day was this obligatory thing he felt he had to do, but they were already miserable", explains the insider.

The couple broke up after nine months together in 2009 when Miley got cast in the Nicholas Sparks movie The Last Song and had to film on-location in Georgia. "I don't give up easily but I don't think I'm down". "She recently commented to Carter on Instagram, "@kaitlynn And for the record honey, the only "shade" I throw is my own shadow walking away from drama. "I'm in a hetero relationship, but I still am very sexually attracted to women". "I feel the need to set the story straight". I definitely don't fit into a stereotypical wife role.

Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth argued about his partying before their split.

"Brody Jenner and Kaitlynn Carter have made a decision to amicably separate", the pair's reps told PEOPLE on August 2.

Friends of the singer said, "TMZ", Miley have done everything to save your marriage. This time around Miley and Kaitlynn refrained from showing any PDA, which is what made the headlines earlier this week when they were spotted making out on a yacht in Lake Como. They still remain dedicated parents to all of their animals they share while lovingly taking this time apart.

As the song opens, Cyrus seems to be acknowledging both the fantasy and, ultimately, the harsher reality of her relationship with Hemsworth. "I don't want to talk about it, mate".