By Shannon Carlin
Taylor Swift‘s style has evolved from beauty pageant ball gowns to ladylike crop tops and high waisted skirts. It’s unclear whether she’s bought any of these classic looks at Target, but in a new commercial for the store she’s teasing a song that takes a clear stance when it comes to the matters of both the heart and fashion.
In the commercial, snapshots of Swift looking pretty flash across the screen as her new track “Never Go Out of Style” plays. The song is a poppy love song that has her singing about a guy with slicked back hair and white t-shirt, a look that clearly will never get old. Listen to the song above.
Swift also talked about the role New York City has played when it comes to her songwriting since moving there earlier this year.
“Drive through the West Village at night and you’ll see a couple kissing on the street or you see someone fighting outside their apartment,” she said. “Or you see so much humanity on a daily basis, that clearly if you’re not inspired by your own life that day, you can be inspired by someone else’s life.”
Taylor clearly hearts New York. And, if you were that couple fighting outside her apartment, she might have written a song about you.
1989 is out next Tuesday (Oct. 27). An extended version featuring three extra songs and three songwriting voice memos will be available, where else, but Target.
This Friday (Oct. 24) Swift will take the stage at CBS Radio’s We Can Survive show at the Hollywood Bowl, alongside Pharrell, Gwen Stefani, Ariana Grande, Iggy Azalea, Sia, Paramore, Alicia Keys and Lady Antebellum, performing new songs from her 1989 album, which is out a few days later.
Read more on Radio.com
- Kendrick Lamar, Vedder/Martin Duets, Metallica and More Highlight Global Citizen Festival
- Jon Bellion on J. Dilla’s Influence and Being a ‘Very Sensitive Cat’
- Shawn Mendes Pokes Fun of Jimmy Fallon on ‘The Tonight Show’
- Adele on Quitting Smoking: ‘I’m Convinced That’s Made my Voice Weaker’
- Demi Lovato and Joe Jonas were Stuck in an Elevator Together