Taylor Swift Releases ‘This Love’; Says, ‘Reliving 1989 Tour In My Head And Spiraling’
Taylor Swift is currently recovering from her 1989 tour in her head. At midnight, he surprised the Swifts with another teaser for the upcoming re-record of his 2014 Grammy Award-winning album, ‘This Love (Taylor’s Version).’ The love story hit-maker announced the release of the song on Instagram and wrote, “This Love (My Version) is out & I’m currently reliving the 1989 tour in my head and spiralling, it’s fine.”
This Love (Taylor’s version) is a Melo-re-vamp of the fan-favourite 1989 track, which bears a striking resemblance to her earlier acclaimed albums Folklore and Evermore. The new version does not bring back nostalgia but manages to differentiate it from the 2014 edition. The mid-tempo tune manages to accurately portray the emotions of the new but earlier versions.
While the intro of ‘This Love (Taylor’s Version)’ is tweaked a bit, the lyrics of the song outline the struggle of moving on after the end of a relationship. Along with this, the track highlights that no amount of freedom can get one clear of the ‘moving’ on phase in life, as she sings, “In silent screams, in wildest dreams, I never dreamed of this. This love is good. This love is bad. This love is alive back from the dead”.
Surprisingly, only the lyrical version of the track has been shared by Swift as of yet. Moreover, the musician previously teased the song with a quirky trailer via Instagram. she wrote, “Thank you @jennyhan for debuting my version of This Love in the trailer for @thesummeriturnedpretty!! I’ve always been so proud of this song and I’m very (smiley emoticons) about this turn of events – This Love (Taylor’s Version) comes out tonight at m i d n i g h t! (sic)”.