Taylor Swift Accidentally Reveals ‘This Love (Taylor’s Version)’ In ‘The Summer I Turned Pretty’ Trailer

No one likes surprises more than Taylor Alison Swift. The “Red” singer gave up traditional album releases in favor of risking the overall heart health of her fandom by announcing new releases just hours ago.

So on Thursday, true to form, Swift took to Instagram to share the first trailer for Prime Video’s upcoming YA series. The summer I became beautiful, Based on the novel of the same name by Jenny Han. The short clip includes never-before-seen clips of a re-recorded version of “This Love” from her 2014 blockbuster album, 1989.

Anyone who says they didn’t immediately get chills when they heard Swift’s first haunting “ohahohhh… ohhh” is lying. Crystal clear, resonant notes are what I imagine you can hear when you hold a magical seashell close to your ear. This is the song that mermaids used to seduce sailors about their deaths in sea legends. So it really is the perfect soundtrack for a summer love story set in a charming beach town.

For those unfamiliar with their work, Swift and Han are a pair created in teen rom-com heaven. Han is the author of To all the boys I’ve loved before books, has inspired the hugely popular Netflix trilogy starring Lana Condor and Noah Centineo. The To all the boys books and movies in general share the sweet, hopelessly romantic sentiments of Swift’s earlier music in particular; they read a lot as a companion to the music video “You Belong With Me”.

Han wrote Summer I become beautiful five years ago when she wrote To all the boys I fell in love with before. The film follows a teenage protagonist, nicknamed “Belly”, whose life is irrevocably changed during an eventful summer when she becomes entangled in a love triangle with her childhood best friends. his childhood. The teaser trailer for the upcoming film adaptation shows Belly (Lola Tung) pulling up to the picturesque Cape Cod-style home, dubious declaring: “I think this summer is going to be like all of them. other summers, but… not so. ”

The chorus of “This Love (Taylor’s Version)” emerges significantly with images of beautiful teenagers sunbathing in the waves, spinning in the sand and watching fireworks. “This love is good, this love is bad, this love is raised from the dead,” Swift sings. I’m crying. I’m frantically scrolling through my contact list to see if anyone I know has a beach house I could fall apart this summer. Sorry Jeff Bezos and Jenny Han, but this is no longer a trailer for your Prime Video show, it’s for 1989 (Taylor’s version). That’s Swift’s world and we all live in it.

Okay, so I can go a little ahead here — Swift hasn’t set a full date yet 1989 (Taylor’s version) album release. And why is she like this when she seems to have so so much fun that we couldn’t help but get a blinding thrill as we feverishly capture any small trailer and then write slightly uncreative articles about it?!

While waiting for more news, fans can listen to “This Love (Taylor’s Version)” starting at midnight. Now let’s all hope dear 1989 bonus song “New Romantics” will be next.

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Hung is a Interreviewed U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Hung joined Interreviewed in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing: hung@interreviewed.com.

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