Taylor Swift dropped a new song, “Call It What You Want” on Friday, and released it as a lyric video.
The lyrics appear to be reference to her publicized splits: “My castle crumbled overnight/I brought a knife to a gun fight/ They took the crown but it’s alright / All the liars are calling me one/ Nobody’s heard from me for months/ I’m doing better than I ever was.”
But the new track is also a romantic song which gushes about her British actor boyfriend Joe Alwyn.
“My baby’s fit like a daydream / walking with his head down / I’m the one he’s walking to,” she sings. “My baby’s fly like a Jetstream / high above the whole scene / loves me like I’m brand new.”
Swift also graced fans with a short video on her Twitter account showing some personal video clips from her private life – from a scene of the Grammy winner riding a horse, to a shot of her painting a landscape and drinking a glass of wine while playing the guitar.
The pop singer previously released “Look What You Made Me Do,” “Ready For It?,” and “Gorgeous” from her much-anticipated album, Reputation.
ABC announced on Thursday that it will air a “special performance” of a new song during an episode of Scandal, a day before the album’s release. According to the network, it will be Swift’s first performance of a new song in three years and her first TV appearance in promotion of her sixth studio album.
Reputation drops on November 10.
— Taylor Swift (@taylorswift13) November 3, 2017