Lavender haze sneaks up on Taylor Swift and she’s ready to invite her fans midnight haze.
“See you in the middle of the night…” Swift wrote in an Instagram post, teasing the first seven seconds of the all-new music video. “…for the ‘Lavender Haze’ music video premiere (!!!!!!!!!!!!!).”
In the teaser, someone in a lavender shirt (presumably Swift, 33) is just sitting on a bed with lavender smoke dripping down.
The video for “Lavender Haze” is the third video released by the 11-time Grammy Award winner from her tenth studio album. midnight.
Most recently, the video for “Anti-Hero,” which topped the Billboard 100 for eight consecutive weeks and became Swift’s longest-running No. 1 hit, and the video for “Bejeweled,” previously debuted. scene. “Bejeweled” featured many star-studded cameos, including Laura Dern, Dita Von Teese, and the Haim sisters.
announced by Swift midnightWhat she calls “a complete concept album” includes 13 tracks accompanied by numerous music videos. A day before the album’s release, she shared a teaser for a clip of the video fans can expect. Each clip seemed to promise her a hidden Easter egg or two, in true her Swift style.
Lavender twinkles, an ode to her speak now Guitars, an Alice in Wonderland-esque tea party, and photos of her grandmother Marjorie are just a few of the details fans have spotted in the two videos released so far.
Fans will have to meet Swift tonight at midnight to see any further clues she may share about her future midnight Her upcoming era tour was subject to hearings by the Senate Judiciary Committee on Tuesday, following the Ticketmaster debacle that left millions unable to buy tickets for the tour.
“Lavender Haze” is one of the few songs Swift has definitively confirmed to be about longtime boyfriend Joe Alwyn.
Ahead of the album’s release, she shared clips that dive into some midnight Featuring 13 tracks, we reveal the surprising source of inspiration behind ‘Lavender Haze’.
“When I’m in the lavender haze, I’ll do anything to stay there,” Swift said.
“I came across the phrase Lavender Haze while watching mad menI looked it up because I thought it was cool,” she said in a video shared two weeks ago. midnight Dropped. “And it was a common phrase used in the 1950s to describe being in love. It was meant to be in the brilliance, I thought, and it was really beautiful.”
She shared that the song was inspired by her and Alwyn’s focus on keeping their relationship private. I’ve had to avoid things like, but I’ve ignored them, and this song is kind of about the act of ignoring them in order to protect the real thing.”
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as the first track midnight, “Lavender Haze” serves as a gateway to the world Swift has built around her concept album. An ode to “scattered sleepless nights” throughout her life, Swift called her album “a collage of intensity, ups and downs”.
“Life can be dark, starry, cloudy, scary, chilly, hot, cold, romantic and lonely,” she wrote on Instagram on the night of the album’s release. to”