American singer, Taylor Swift on Sunday announced an astonishing new music video for the 26th song on the album, “I Bet You Think About Me” on Sunday.
This development from the songwriter has come after she dropped a rerecorded version of her Grammy-nominated album “Red,” titled “Red (Taylor’s Version),” on Friday.
So far, one notable thing about the song is that it features the vocals of singer Chris Stapleton, who recently won six Country Music Awards including song and album of the year.
The music sensation who previously released her directorial debut in the form of a short film, “All Too Well,” named after the fifth track on the record starring herself, actor Dylan O’Brien and “Stranger Things” star Sadie Sink, praised actress and friend Blake Lively who directed the video.
Interestingly, it is one of eight “from the vault” tracks on the album, which are songs that the artist previously wrote for “Red,” but didn’t make the 2012 version.
Swift’s social media fans were part of the fun as her music video attracted fans, after she teased them on her verified Twitter account, with a 10-second preview clip of the video after posting “SURPRISE! NEW MUSIC VIDEO,” on the platform.