Music Review- Taylor Swift’s Out of the Woods

Taylor Swift Out of the Woods

Pop singer Taylor Swift delivers another incredible song inOut of the Woods,” which is part of her 1989 album. Swift co-wrote the song with Bleachers alumni Jack Antonoff.

Swift told NPR, “That line is in there because it’s not only the actual, literal narration of what happened in a particular relationship I was in, it’s also a metaphor. “Hit the brakes too soon” could mean the literal sense of, we got in an accident and we had to deal with the aftermath. But also, the relationship ended sooner than it should’ve because there was a lot of fear involved.”

I loved this song. She sings about a relationship that is in trouble (as she often does) and asks the question if she would be okay. The music video declares, “She lost him, but found herself. And somehow, that was everything.” I found the lyrics lacking for nothing. It was a delightful and charming song.

Speaking of which, the music video is visually stunning and her band’s musical accompaniment was top notch. Taylor Swift’s style may have changed, but she is still talented. Her voice is powerful and she gives a powerful performance in this new song.

“Out of the Woods” truly shows her becoming into her own as a singer and I look forward to seeing what is next for it.

Check out the music video:

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