Taylor Swift released a new album in November. Since then she has released five music videos from Reputation tracks. And a little after midnight on Friday, March 30, Swift released a new "Delicate" video, but guess what? It's not the first time. Less than three weeks ago Swift premiered the video "Delicate" during the iHeartRadio Music Awards. She decided to change things and released a second video on Spotify. Before the video's premiere, Spotify revealed in a press release that Swift's latest recordings were filmed in one recording and that "Delicate" was recorded in a completely different way.
As Swift's second coming of "Delicate" fans had understandably split responses. Some wanted other tracks to be in the limelight while some thought the track was so good that they deserved the whole promotion. Others even speculated whether it was due to the backlash to Swift's first "Delicate" video, in which the singer was accused of copying Kenzo's 201
Suffice to say that a new video is a new video – and of course the fans were hyped, regardless of getting new content from Swift , But what exactly would Swift's latest video involve? You can record it yourself.
In the new video, the camera never deviates from Swift, who sings "Delicate" as he walks around in the woods. With clouds in the sky she turns around with the camera in one place and then makes a kissing face towards the end. Of course, the minimalism of the video will make you hear the song in a whole new way. In this video, the song seems to be more of her boyfriend Joe Alwyn.
As you may recall, Swift seems to be getting fed up with some aspects of the spotlight in the first video. On a red carpet, she has given a magic envelope, which then makes them invisible. If it is invisible, it has the opportunity to free oneself from the expectations of people and to dance, as no one sees (literally).
The singer makes a whole series of dance moves, first through a hotel desk in the hotel, and then straight into the rainy streets. The first "Delicate" vid showed Swift a new confidence and freedom that had withdrawn from the limelight last fall before dropping her album. And some eagle eye fans even recorded "Delicate" Easter eggs, including Swift, who spells her boyfriend's name with some of her exaggerated dance moves. (As you can see, it seems to be some kind of modern "YMCA" pronouncing "JOE.")
Her boyfriend's nod is not all that surprising, as lyrics off the track ("My reputation has never been worse, so you have to like me for me ") seems to refer to their relationship.
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For this latest video, you already know that it's only a matter of time before fans watch (and see you again) There's a whole new set of references that may not be intended, but definitely work , At the very least, it gives them something to keep busy until Swift's Reputation tour begins.
On Instagram, the singer promotes the upcoming tour, which begins in May. In February, Swift released a behind-the-scenes photo of what she called "Repu-Hearsals."
Basically there is a lot of reputation goodness fans employed between the forthcoming tour and their numerous music videos. And based on their stimulated tweets, you know they are "ready for it."
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