Miley Cyrus and the Flaming Lips' Wayne Coyne have developed quite the bizarre and deep friendship over the last year, and now, they're bringing their mutual love to an official collaborative music release, a seven-song EP due for release later this year.

In an interview with Billboard magazine, Coyne revealed that his band and Cyrus will be releasing new music together, calling it a "wiser, sadder, more true version" of the music the Bangerz singer usually released.

"She does the pop thing so great, so it still feels pop, but a slightly wiser, sadder, more true version," Coyne said. "Some of it reminds me of Pink Floyd and Portishead."

Coyne, who revealed that he and Cyrus text "every day -- sometimes three times, sometimes a thousand," noted that despite being in the spotlight since she was a tween on Hannah Montana, Cyrus is not exactly who the public would expect her to be.

"I saw her a couple times where she was overcome with emotion, like when her dog died," he said. "That really pierced me. She realizes she's Miley Cyrus, but she doesn't act like she's all powerful. She can f*cking sing. She can do 100 takes, and they'll all be different and good."

Details including a title and release date surrounding the Cyrus/Flaming Lips EP remain under wraps, but there are snippets of Coyne and Cyrus in the studio together floating around Instagram.

 studioooooooooooooo @waynecoyne5 @katyweaver @cheythom @vijatm #turnted

A video posted by Miley Cyrus (@mileycyrus) on Mar 8, 2015 at 12:22pm PDT

The new album won't even officially be Cyrus' first team up with the Flaming Lips. She previously joined the band for its Beatles tribute album With a Little Help from My Fwends with covers of "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds" and "A Day in the Life."