Looks like Miley Cyrus' alleged breakup with Kaitlynn Carter was good for one thing. The "Slide Away" singer is working on new music.

Cyrus tweeted on Wednesday that she's feeling "so f------ inspired right now" after posting a fresh-faced selfie of herself sitting in the studio.

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Beanie takes Powell 🛶⛰🏞

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"Thank YOU NEW MOON," she wrote below the selfie, with a blue heart emoji.

A second post to her Instagram stories showed a mirror selfie of Cyrus, dressed in a white T-shirt, bell-bottom jeans, boots and high ponytail, captioned "Studio," followed by a boot emoji.

It is unknown if fans can expect "Wrecking Ball" 2.0, but insiders close to Cyrus previously told People that her split with Carter was amicable and that the two are "still friends."

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Cyrus did release a pensive song just days after announcing her split with ex-husband Liam Hemsworth in August. "Slide Away" contained lyrics about growing up and growing apart, which many fans say were direct references to Hemsworth, who later filed for divorce and cited "irreconcilable differences." She did not name check him in the song, though.

Cyrus was later spotted on vacation with Brody Jenner's ex Carter. The two shared a brief romance before reportedly ending things two weeks ago.

Fans hope to hear Cyrus' new music soon.

In the meantime, she also dropped "Don't Call Me Angel" last month alongside Ariana Grande for the new "Charlie's Angels" film.