Good news for Swifties as Taylor Swift has dropped the much-awaited re-recording of her 2014 track, This Love! The re-recorded version will feature in Amazon Prime Video’s upcoming coming-of-age series titled The Summer I Turned Pretty. Not only that, but the songstress has also launched The Old Taylor mercy collection, including shirts, sweatshirts, and necklaces, a light blue 1989 pillow with a purple Speak Now blanket.
Taylor Swift announced it on her social media while thanking writer Jenny Han, who wrote the 2009 novel on which the Amazon Prime series is based, and further announced that This Love (Taylor’s Version)” will be released to streaming platforms at midnight. The newly released teaser of Taylor Swift’s This Love is already creating a buzz amongst music fanatics.
The Re-Recorded Version Will Be Featured On The Upcoming Amazon Series!
The singing sensation has further prompted fans to speculate that 1989 (Taylor’s Version) and Speak Now (Taylor’s Version) could be released soon. Jenny was the first one to tease the possibility that one of Taylor’s re-recorded songs would make its way onto the Amazon series, as Han posted a cryptic TikTok on May 4. Here’s the soul southing teaser of, The Summer I Turned Pretty that features the song. The series starts June 17 on Amazon Prime Video.
we’re just getting started. check out the teaser trailer for #thesummeriturnedpretty, featuring “this love (taylor’s version)” by @taylorswift13. summer starts june 17 on @primevideo.pic.twitter.com/mNZfcO34tn
— The Summer I Turned Pretty (@thesummeritp) May 5, 2022
The newest release, This Love (Taylor’s Version), becomes Swift’s second re-recorded track from 1989 to be released. This comes after the successful rollout of last year’s Red (Taylor’s Version) and 1989’s fifth single, “Wildest Dreams,” which went on to become viral on Tiktok as followers could not get enough of a slow zoom video trend.
Swift is having an eventful year ahead as she is re-recording her first six albums after Scooter Braun bought her former record label Big Machine. This gave Braun control of the masters, which he later sold to Shamrock Holdings for a whopping $300 million in November 2020. Braun and Swift later got into a heated feud. The manager has recently discussed the issue of acquiring Swift’s masters and admitted that he doesn’t appreciate artists “weaponizing” their fanbase.