Taylor Swift shared an acoustic version of her recent single “Lavender Haze” — listen to it below.
The original song appeared on the pop star’s 10th and most recent studio album, the record-breaking album “Midnights”, which was released last October.
Today (March 31) Swift released a stripped-down version of the track on streaming platforms. This happened after she released a series of official remixes on “Lavender Haze” by artists such as Jungle and Tensnake.
Last November, Swift shared an acoustic version of the “Midnights” single “Anti-Hero”.
“Lavender Haze” took third place in the UK singles chart according to the official charts. The dreamy purple music video for the song appeared back in January.
Swift is currently on her 2023 North American Eras Tour, which kicked off earlier this month in Glendale, Arizona. At the show, the singer delighted fans with a set of 44 tracks covering his entire career, which lasts more than three hours.
Every night the concert includes one or two different “unexpected acoustic songs”. Among the rarities that have been broadcast so far are “Mirrorball”, “This Is Me Trying”, “State Of Grace” and “Cowboy Like Me” (featuring special guest Marcus Mumford).
Elsewhere on the tour, Swift responded to a letter from a seven-year-old fan from the audience, dedicating “Our Song” in support of the band Beabadoobee, and greeted Lana Del Rey before giving their joint song “Snow On The”. Beach” is his live debut.
The couple even got married in the middle of the second concert in Glendale, Arizona.
Swift also discreetly made “generous” donations to local food banks in the cities where she performed as part of her “Eras Tour”.
The current series of huge dates will continue tonight in Arlington, Texas.