Taylor Swift Shares ‘This Love (Taylor’s Version)’ Re-Recording For ‘The Summer I Turned Pretty’ Trailer
In her ongoing effort to reclaim her entire discography, Taylor Swift just teased the re-recorded version of her 1989 deep cut, “This love.” The track was first teased in the trailer for the new Amazon Prime series, The summer when I became pretty.
Swift posted about the debut on her Instagram saying, “Thank you @jennyhan for releasing my version of ‘This Love’. I’ve always been so proud of this song.
Although Swift hasn’t announced her 2014 hit album as the next to receive the “Taylor’s Version” treatment, fans have long speculated that a revamped version of 1989 is on its way. She recently shared a re-recorded version of “Wildest Dreams” – a dreamy synth-pop hit from the same album.
If he is released, 1989 will be the third in a series of re-recordings, after Without fear (2008) and Red (2012).
Swift has been a regular in the movie world lately. A CinemaCon Exclusive Trailer For David O’Russell’s ’30s Drama amsterdam saw Swift potentially play a bigger role than her previous credits. And the trailer for the film adaptation of Where the Crawdads singalso featured a snippet of a Swift song she wrote for the movie “Carolina.”
The summer when I became pretty premieres June 17 via Prime Video. The series is based on the novel of the same name by author Jenny Han. The series follows Isabel “Belly” Conklin (Lola Tung), who spends a summer vacation caught in a love triangle with a childhood friend and her brother.
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