Taylor Swift is just not taking a break. The singer took her fans by a surprise by dropping, ‘evermore’, her ninth studio album. This is the second album of 2020 and we can’t be more grateful to the ‘Red’ singer. From being a complimentary piece to ‘folklore’, this one also takes you into the woods with 15 tracks, a tad bit more.
Like in her previous album, she has continued working with producer and The National guitarist Aaron Dessner and Bon Iver. Bon has even co-written and sung on one of the tracks. Taylor’s most frequent collaborator and singer also joined forces for the album. William Bowery who plays her boyfriend (Joe Alwyn) also returned as the songwriter for a select few songs.
Taylor Just Cannot Stop Writing Music
Taylor, while talking to her fans about the album said, “To put it plainly, we just couldn’t stop writing a song. To try and put it more poetically, it feels like we were standing on the edge of the folklorian woods and had a choice: to turn and go back or to travel further into the forest of this music. We chose to wander deeper in.”
Willow’s Music Video: *Gasps*
Just like the last time, Taylor just didn’t give her fans a whole album but also a music video for a track. The ‘Willow’ track’s video picks up right where ‘Cardigan’ left off showing the singer en route a fantastical adventure with her co-star and one of her backing dancers on tour, Taeok Lee. The album consists of 15 tracks which are a must listen, if you loved ‘folklore’
Taylor Swift teased her fans with her music video earlier on Thursday along with a picture. The lace Zimmerman dress sees the singer looking drop-dead gorgeous paired with a braided hairstyle and topped with a Jennifer Behr “Priscilla” tiara. A perfect princess!
In the ‘Willow’ video, Taylor is seen in what is now her signature cardigan, seated at her piano inside what seems like a cozy cabin. The video smoothly transitions Taylor entering inside her piano to find herself in what looks like an enchanted forest, in a dreamy love-filled fairy-tale as she sings “that’s my man”.
By: Aatira Kakroo