US singer and lyricist Taylor Swift has dropped a much sadder version of the break-up song a couple of days after passionate execution of ‘Well (10 Minute Version) on Saturday Night Live throughout the end of the week. US artist and musician Taylor Swift has left a great many fans sad with the considerably sadder version of the break-up tune All Too Well.
Taking to Instagram, the Love Story artist labeled Aaron Dessner and Jonathan Low, saying One of the saddest melodies I’ve at any point composed just got more troubled. Drove up to Long Pond Studios to record All Too Well (Sad Girl Autumn Version) with the amigos @aarondessner @heyjonlow.
Recorded at Aaron Dessner s Long Pond Studios, actually, like pieces of both of her 2020 collections Folklore and Evermore, the tune takes on a considerably more serious mindset, with irritable piano supplanting the firsts twangy acoustic guitar.
Sharing the tune via web-based media, Swift shared: “One of the saddest songs I’ve ever written just got sadder. This version of the melody, which is likewise 10 minutes long, sees the piano played by The Nationals Aaron Dessner, who contributed vigorously to the making of both Folklore and Evermore. The track was likewise designed by Jon Low.
This is present, at any rate, the fifth version of the melody accessible, and the fourth to be delivered in the previous week. Swifts re-recording of the first and the initial 10-minute cycle of the melody shows up on Red (Taylors Version), which showed up last Friday (November 11). She then, at that point, delivered a live acoustic version of the rambling track in the wake of per versioning it at the debut of the melodies going with a short film.
Before the week, Swift dropped the video for I Bet You Think About Me, which was coordinated by Blake Lively.