Miley Cyrus wiped her Instagram on Monday morning to announce a new project. She and Mark Ronson will be working together, and they’ll appear on “Saturday Night Live” next month.

Cyrus revealed the new collaboration Monday with a video that looks like a disco ball shaped into a broken heart. There’s music, but Cyrus vocals aren’t in it.

The next video, released a few hours later, shows a clown running. The same orchestral music plays behind the imagery.

Both videos included the same caption, telling viewers to expect something to release on Thursday, Nov. 29. Cyrus added a broken heart emoji to each release date before tagging Mark Ronson.

For his part, Ronson posted a video almost identical to the first one Cyrus posted. His caption, however, differed: “the heartbreak era is coming….sooner than u think #featuring?”

Ronson revealed they were working together in June. He posted a photo of them on Instagram and wrote, “All I know is, the girl in this snap helped me write one of my favorite songs.”

Shortly after their first single is unveiled, they’ll hit the “SNL” stage. The NBC variety show announced that Cyrus and Ronson will be the musical guests on Dec. 15. Though Cyrus has an acting background, she won’t host. Matt Damon will take on those duties.

The “heartbreak” project will be the seventh studio album for Cyrus, after 2017’s “Younger Now.” Meanwhile, Ronson has already had a big year. The super producer also co-wrote tracks for the “A Star Is Born” soundtrack with Lady Gaga, which is expected to earn at least one Oscar nomination.