Taylor Swift releases new song ‘ME!’ on YouTube, featuring Brendon Urie

Brenda Watkins
April 26, 2019

At The Disco (because apparently once you bring Urie into a project, you'd better tack on some exclamation points as well).

"ME!" is the lead single for Swift's forthcoming but unnamed seventh album.

"It's really cool because she really helped me start my street art career", she continued. "[And] you gave me a shot when I was 14 years old, interviewed me when no one else was watching. She seems really fun to work with".

"I think that with a pop song we have the ability to get melodies stuck in people's heads and I just want it to be one that makes (people) feel better about themselves, " she said.

Fans began gathering at the colorful mural of angel wings - which has been rumored to be somehow Swift-related for weeks - in the morning and watched Montague add a "ME!" to the center of her artwork.

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Fans were already on alert when earlier this month, the pop star launched a mysterious countdown to the 26th of April.

Finally, in the hours before Thursday's announcement, Swift dropped heavier and heavier hints, posting photos of herself captioned with "ME!" and with butterfly emojis. "We've commissioned this butterfly mural to be painted on a wall in Nashville", she explained.

Of course, "ME!" follows Swift's reputation era, and that's exactly where we leave off in the new music video, directed by Dave Myers, as a pastel snake is slithering on a colorful road. before turning into a bunch of attractive butterflies. "I can't believe how much they care", she said.

Opening with the reputation era's snake, who burst into a shower of colourful butterflies, the video opens with Taylor and Brendon playing a couple and fighting in French with one another, with the song proving to be about a couple who will never find another person like either of them.

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