The latest from Miley Cyrus finds her doubling down on recent excursions into Soft Rock while also retaining an eye on more electronic hits. If that sounds like a mismatch then fears should be allayed thanks to the quality of writing and musicianship throughout where melody is the focus and several tracks quickly become catchy earworms. Opening with the hit single ‘Flowers’, Cyrus follows it up with the steady Rock of ‘Rose Colored Lenses’ with its careful builds and bigger payoffs. Elsewhere, ‘River’ is a solid Dance Pop cut while the strained stomp clap Rock of ‘Muddy Feet’ features a guest turn from Sia and ‘Wildcard’ delivers emotive vocals over crisp Electronica. A varied collection that shoots for the margins and boundaries, as Cyrus so often does, while retaining an accessible and addictive Pop core, ‘Endless Summer Vacation’ may be Cyrus’ best record to date.