Music Review- Taylor Swift: New Romantics

01 Taylor Swift New Romantics

Hot off the heels of her multi-platinum album 1989 world tour comes the music video for the song “New Romantics.” The song is written by Swift, Max Martin, and record producer Shellback.

“The fans are the best part of this tour. They’re the reason the shows are incredible. I know those fans out there are just all in,” Taylor Swift says of the song. It was not included in the original release of 1989 but was added later. It would also be certified as Gold.

She told Rolling Stone, “People realized songs didn’t have to be this standard drums-guitar-bass-whatever. We can make a song with synths and a drum pad. We can do group vocals the entire song. We can do so many different things.” The song was inspired by the New Romanticism movement with British pop music, involving synths and other instruments.

The song is bookended with Taylor Swift thanking her fans, praising her team, and talking about how great the tour was. The song itself is great! It is definitely aimed at Millennials, talking about friendships and having a good time. Her imagination seems to have no end and she definitely has a heart for her fans. I think she did a good job with the song, making it her own. She always has a way of making a song sound unique. 

Check it out on her music video below:

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