Drummer Eric Slick has revealed the “prime secret” course of that went into recording Taylor Swift’s newly unveiled music “You All Over Me”.
Swift released the tune last week as a part of the upcoming re-recorded model of her 2008 album Fearless.
Slick, the drummer of Philadelphia-based rock band Dr Canine, informed Rolling Stone he grew to become concerned with the music after receiving a textual content from Jon Low, a sound engineer and buddy asking whether or not Slick wished to “play on some songs”.
After agreeing, Slick stated he acquired “probably the most personal, secret disk picture file that’s password-protected with a music that’s additionally password-protected”.
“I’ve by no means been concerned in something so prime secret in my life,” the musician added.
The vocals, he stated, have been “muffled, so I had no thought what I used to be enjoying on”. He acquired further steerage from The Nationwide’s Aaron Dessner, a producer on Swift’s albums Folklore and Evermore. Low can be credited as a musician and technician on each albums.
This was a touch that the key venture could be Swift-related, however Slick stated he couldn’t ensure.
“It was a kind of issues the place it was wishful considering, however you by no means know,” he informed Rolling Stone. “I believe there are lots of people who’re clamoring to work with Aaron and Jon, so it actually may have been something.”
Fearless (Taylor’s Model), the brand new model of the 2008 album, is scheduled for launch on 9 April.