The track was beforehand solely out there on bodily editions of ‘Folklore’, however the video marks the primary time the monitor has been uploaded on-line to stream.
Written by Swift and Jack Antonoff, the monitor sees Swift opening up on her love of the UK’s Lake District – full with references to poets comparable to William Wordsworth and Samuel Coleridge who frequented the world within the 18th century.
The video, in the meantime, sees Swift’s phrases contrasted towards a collection of floral backdrops – you may watch it under.
When ‘Folklore’ was launched final month (July 24), it grew to become one of many biggest-selling information of 2020, shifting greater than 2 million copies worldwide. The album bought 37,060 copies in its first week within the UK alongside 24,050 streams and 12,152 album downloads, incomes Swift the highest spot within the charts. It additionally meant Swift was the primary feminine artist to attain 5 UK Quantity One studio albums within the 21st century.
In a four-star assessment of ‘Folklore’, which boasts contributions from Bon Iver and The Nationwide‘s Aaron Dessner, NME wrote: “The glossy production [Swift’s] lent on for the past half-decade is cast aside for simpler, softer melodies and wistful instrumentation. It’s the sound of an artist who’s bored of calculated releases and wanted to try something different.”