Taylor Swift releases new track titled ‘Me!’

It's Here: Taylor Swift Is Back And Bubblier Than Ever In New 'ME!' Video

It's Here: Taylor Swift Is Back And Bubblier Than Ever In New 'ME!' Video

Did Taylor subtly reveal the release date for her seventh album in the 'Me!' music video? On Thursday evening she put Swifties worldwide out of their misery, announcing a new single ME! featuring Brendon Urie of Panic!

After nearly two weeks of cryptic teasers on social media, countdowns, and that gorgeous Nashville butterfly mural, on Friday (April 26) at midnight, Taylor released her high-anticipated single "ME!" featuring Panic! As Taylor marks the end of the conversation by slamming a door, she wastes no time breaking into a song. Watch her video below and see if you can find the hidden Easter eggs.

Of course, this is a rather familiar record for Taylor Swift, who managed to set the record for most-viewed music video back in August of 2017, reaching 43.2 views in 24 hours for "Look What You Made Me Do", a record which stood for just shy of one year.

The blonde beauty is already one of the most popular musicians on the video-sharing platform, with her channel boasting as many as 33 million subscribers.

Are U ready for this new era?? But aside from just being a new single, this new song from Taylor Swift gives a new perspective on the artist.

'ME!' had half a million views within minutes of the official music video being uploaded to YouTube. It's the first music the multi-Grammy victor has released since 2017 and the follow-up to her bestselling album Reputation. The "ME!" music video is jam-packed with iconic moments, but is anyone surprised? At the Disco. And on Swift's side, the Christmas tree in the background is a callback to Swift's roots: she grew up on a Christmas tree farm in Pennsylvania. The caption: "And then there were three". Here we get a glimpse at Meredith Grey and Olivia Benson, her Scottish folds, curled up on a couch. Other fans are even thinking that "Lover" might actually be the name of her upcoming album.

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Swift also praised her fans for their support.

When Taylor sings, "There's a lot of cool chicks out there", we pan to a wall of literal chicks.

As she rushes through the cloud-filled hall, another snake head appears in the mists.

Swift's fan base included fellow actresses and singers. And it seems to hint at a rebirth.

In the video, Urie can be seen producing Benjamin Button from the jacket of his suit and handing him to Swift. I can't believe how much they care.

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