Taylor Swift is praising the one-year commemoration of her Grammy-winning old stories collection with her fans in a unique manner: putting out an other, “unique” form of the reward track “The Lakes.”
“It’s been 1 year since we got away from this present reality together and envisioned ourselves somewhere easier. With tall trees and salt air. Where you can wear ribbon robes that make you resemble a Victorian apparition and nobody will side eye you cause nobody is near,” the 31-year-old artist composed on Twitter Saturday morning.
“To say thank you for all you have done to make this collection what it was, I needed to give you the first form of The Lakes,” Swift proceeded. “Glad 1 year commemoration to Rebekah, Betty, Inez, James, Augustine and the narratives we as a whole made around them. Glad Anniversary, old stories.”무료성인야동
The introduction of the substitute form follows a new uncover by Jack Antonoff, who co-composed and co-created “The Lakes” with Swift, when he partook in a new Billboard computerized main story that the melody initially existed in a “major instrumental variant.”
“On one of my main tunes on [Swift’s] fables, ‘The Lakes,’ there was this large instrumental adaptation, and Taylor resembled, ‘Eh, make it little.’ I had lost all sense of direction in the string plans and this load of stuff, and I took everything out,” Antonoff told Billboard. “I was actually similar to, ‘Goodness, my God!’ We were not together in light of the fact that that record was made [remotely], yet I was in the studio alone like, ‘Blessed s–t, this is so great.'”
Old stories was delivered on July 24 and appeared on the Aug. 8-dated Billboard 200. Following its delivery, fables turned into the principal collection to sell 1,000,000 duplicates in the U.S. In 2020. Quick’s eighth studio collection proceeded to win collection of the year at the 63rd Grammy Awards, making her the solitary female independent craftsman to win that honor multiple times.
Pay attention to “The Lakes” substitute form here.