Taylor Swift has launched a beforehand unheard tune titled “You All Over Me”.
The singer dropped the monitor on Friday (26 March), which was initially written across the time of her 2008 album Fearless when Swift was between 16 and 18.
“You All Over Me” options vocals from nation singer Maren Morris, was co-written with Scooter Carusoe and was produced by The Nationwide’s Aaron Dessner, the latter of whom Swift labored with on her 2020 albums Folklore and Evermore.
On the monitor, Swift sings about heartbreak, with the refrain’s lyrics studying: “Misplaced tears, swore that I’d get out of right here / However no quantity of freedom will get you clear / I nonetheless obtained you throughout me.”
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It’s the first of six Fearless-period songs which have by no means been heard earlier than, which is able to function on the re-recorded model of her second studio album. Fearless (Taylor’s Model) comes out on 9 April.
Asserting “You All Over Me”’s launch on Wednesday (24 March), Swift wrote: “One factor I’ve been loving about these ‘From The Vault’ songs is that they’ve by no means been heard, so I can experiment, play, and even embody a few of my favorite artists.”
Swift has re-recorded all of the tracks from Fearless for the album’s launch, with a brand new model of “Love Story” put out in February.
The discharge is the primary a part of a venture introduced by Swift in 2019, which is able to see her re-recording her earlier songs after her catalogue was acquired by music government Scooter Braun.
Earlier this month, Swift received the Album of the 12 months award on the 2021 Grammy Awards for Folklore.