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- 03 Jun - 09 Jun, 2023
Taylor Swift just dropped the highly-anticipated music video for the second single from her album, Midnights and as expected, it already has fans on cloud nine. The surrealist video stars Taylor and her lover (played by Laith Ashley) in what she calls a "sleepless 70's fever dream" complete with purple smoke, flowers growing from the carpet and her television opening into a galaxy. It naturally ends with her falling asleep on a cloud in a starry sea. On Instagram, Taylor shouted out her "incredible costar" Laith, a model and actor, "who I absolutely adored working with." "This was the first video I wrote out of the three that have been released," she said, "and this one really helped me conceptualise the world and mood of Midnights." Ahead of the release of her 10th studio album in October, Taylor shared the inspiration behind some of the songs, including Lavender Haze, the first track on the record. Co-written by friend Zoë Kravitz, the singer revealed she was intrigued by the phrase after hearing it while watching Mad Men.