Taylor Swift’s seventh album, ‘Lover’ jumps back to the sunnier world of ‘1989’ with an abundance of confidence in her genre-straddling pop.
The cover shows the musician in full Americana glory at the helm of a star spangled flag-bearing ship, neon yellow-nailed hands outstretched.
The new synth-driven single strikes a darker tone than her previous singles off her forthcoming album.
The new song is a low-key number reputedly inspired by the late poet, Sylvia Plath.
This marks the first time Del Rey has worked with pop’s most in-demand producer and the results play off the strengths of Antonoff’s melodic ear and Del Rey’s penchant for bittersweet ballads.
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