What? Isn’t it time for Taylor’s version of 1989 yet?! “This Love (Taylor’s Version)” was released at midnight on Friday by Taylor Swift as a teaser for her impending re-record of her Grammy Award-winning 2014 album. Following the release of both 1989 and Speak Now merchandise on Swift’s website, Swifties went into overdrive.
“This Love (My version!) is out & I’m presently reliving the 1989 tour in my brain and spinning,” Swift posted on Instagram. That’s OK.”
In comparison to the original recording, Taylor Swift’s “Wildest Dreams” is more faithful to the song’s original sound than Swift’s “This Love (Taylor’s Version)” is a whole new interpretation of the 1989 fan favourite that incorporates Swift’s indie rock-tinged approach. Instead of the heavy vocal processing that characterised Swift’s 2014 album, this time around, the singer’s voice is boosted and stripped of most of its rich resonance, giving it a chance to really stand out. It’s safe to say that diehard Swifties will quickly notice that the song’s start has been subtly changed.)
In the trailer for The Summer I Turned Pretty, a new TV drama based on the Jenny Han novel of the same name, fans were given a glimpse of “This Love (Taylor’s Version).” The teaser was released many months after Swift released her rendition of “Wildest Dreams” on TikTok after it went popular. Like “This Love,” the song was teased in a teaser for a film. The way Taylor teased the release of her earlier Fearless and Red re-records is mirrored in the beginning of the new Taylor’s Version period. Love Story” reappeared on Ryan Reynolds’s commercial campaign after she had produced a new version of the song.
Belly (Lola Tung) is in a love triangle with Conrad (Christopher Briney) and Jeremiah (Josh Hutcherson) in The Summer I Turned Pretty (Gavin Casalegno). “Ever-evolving connections between moms and their children” will also be examined in this youthful romance.
For the Amazon series, Han, who penned the novel that inspired the programme, is also a co-showrunner and the pilot’s writer. There will also be a slew of other well-known faces in the cast, including Jackie Chung, Rachel Blanchard, Sean Kaufman, Alfredo Narciso, Minnie Mills, and Colin Ferguson.
After releasing Red (Taylor’s Version), which included the extended version of “All Too Well” and new songs like “Nothing New” with Phoebe Bridgers and “I Bet You Think About Me” with Chris Stapleton, Swift is expected to release another album, 1989, which will feature the re-recording of “All Too Well.” Fearless was Taylor Swift’s first re-recording.