Taylor Swift has included Bleachers’ Jack Antonoff on vocal duties in a new version of her hit single, ‘Anti-Hero’.
The song was originally featured on Swift’s recent tenth studio album, ‘Midnights’, which Dork’s 5-star review described as, “an album’s worth of the hazy, fluorescent moments that peppered her big pop trio before”. It has gone on to top the UK singles chart for two consecutive weeks since its release.
Following its rerelease featuring a new verse by Jack Antonoff, who produced the entirety of the 13-track album, ‘Anti-Hero’ is now available to purchase as a digital single for $1.29 through Swift’s US store. It has also been shared on all major streaming platforms.
“Jack’s version of ‘sexy baby’ is ‘art bro’ and we sincerely hope it confuses just as many people,” Swift shared via social media, in reference to the discussion around her second verse lyrics: “Sometimes, I feel like everybody is a sexy baby / And I’m a monster on the hill”.
You can listen to ‘Anti-Hero (feat. Bleachers)’ here.
Since her new album release, Taylor Swift has announced a huge US stadium tour, which she then expanded with eight additional dates due to overwhelming demand. The singer has also hinted that her next release will be a ‘Taylor’s Version’ rework of her 2010 LP, ‘Speak Now’, through a smattering of easter eggs in the music video for ‘Midnights’ cut, ‘Bejeweled’ – find the full breakdown here.