Nasty nature is a big feature on Taylor's latest video
Taylor Swift has launched a new video from her album ‘1989’, revealing ‘Out of the Woods’ yesterday (December 31).
In the video, Swift walks through a fantasy world barefoot, making her way inland from a beach, and encountering wolves, fast-growing vines, mountain ranges, avalanches, lightning and mud amid the fast-changing environs.
Swift eventually emerges from her adventure to encounter herself standing back at her starting point on the beach, with the video concluding with the line “She lost him, but she found herself, and somehow that was everything.”
Watch the ‘Out of the Woods’ video via Vevo below:
The new video is directed by Joseph Kahn and produced by Jil Hardin.
Swift also released a ‘1989 World Tour Live’ documentary film via Apple Music just before Christmas (December 20).
‘1989 World Tour Live’ was directed by acclaimed filmmaker Jonas Akerlund and documents Swift’s seven-month tour during 2015. Clips of the film – including Swift performing ‘Wildest Dreams’ and playing with her cats on tour – have been released via social media (view here).
Swift has also been speaking about critics during December, saying:
“Something that scares me a little bit is how valuable it would be to find something that I’ve done wrong, or to find something that is problematic about me.”
“I do have moments where I get really scared, like, ‘Who’s trying to take pictures inside my hotel room window?’ You live your life with the blinds drawn in every room you go into. And that’s the part that kind of gets to me sometimes, is that every day – like right now, there’s someone in TMZ trying to dig through my trash and figure out what I did wrong.”