Taylor Swift promised her fans that good things are coming. The singer is gearing up for the release of Red (Taylor’s Version). So, she’s celebrating it in a big way. The singer-songwriter is releasing a 10-minute film for her critically acclaimed song “All Too Well.”
The announcement made shock waves across social media after she appeared on Good Morning America. Swift reminded her fans on Friday, November 5 that her new album is just a week away. The singer wrote and directed the film for the cult classic. It’s known for its relatable lyrics inspired by her short-lived relationship with actor Jake Gyllenhaal.
Taylor Swift makes surprise announcement on GMA
On Friday, Taylor Swift shared a special treat for fans. She shared a 30-second clip from the 10-minute short film for “All To Well.” The entire film will drop on Friday, November 12. The short stars Maze Runner star Dylan O’Brien and Stranger Things star Sadie Sink.
“November 12. Remember it,” Taylor Swift captioned the clip. The teaser does not include any music or details about the film. Instead, it just shows a classic car driving down the road as the leaves blow around it. The track is off her 2012 album, Red. Swift has been in the process of re-recording her old discography in order to take control of her music again.
— Taylor Swift (@taylorswift13) November 5, 2021
Her first re-recorded album, Fearless (Taylor’s Version), was released back in April. Fans have been looking forward to Red (Taylor’s Version) since the original omitted the 10-minute version. It’s been rumored for years that Swift had this song in her hands, but she never released it until now. “All Too Well” has become one of the most critically acclaimed and talked-about songs of her career even though it’s not a single.
More details on Red (Taylor’s Version)
Taylor Swift first announced the details of Red (Taylor’s Version) in June. She hinted that she was about done with the project. In September, she announced that the album would be released a week earlier than expected. Due to Adele’s comeback, she moved the original release of November 19 to November 12.
The project includes 30 tracks that were not on the original LP. Phoebe Bridgers will feature on the song “Nothing New,” while Chris Stapleton will appear on “I Bet You Think About Me.” Ed Sheeran will return with their new collaboration called “Run.”
Other songs “from the vault” include “Babe,” “Better Man,” “Forever Winter, “Message in a Bottle,” and “The Very First Night.” The album will also include the emotional song “Ronan,” which was inspired by Ronan Thompson, the 4-year-old who passed away from cancer.
What are your thoughts on a 10-minute version of “All Too Well”? Are you excited? Sound off below in the comments.
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