The wait is over. After learning more than three months ago that her new song “Carolina” would be out soon, Taylor Swift has finally released the full original song she wrote. where the crabs sing The film’s soundtrack.
Ahead of Friday’s premiere, “Carolina” is slowly catching up with viewers, in several trailers for the film scattered in pieces, starring Daisy Edgar-Jones. Swift’s nature poems depict Jones’ character Kia, who learns to live alone in the swamps of North Carolina after being abandoned by her parents and later accused of killing a young man with whom she was romantically involved.
“In the Fog, in the Clouds” sings “Carolina,” the 32-year-old pop star, her breathless background record floating on a wide web of acoustic instruments. “I’ll knock, tell.”
“There are places I never go,” he later sings. “That only Carolina knows.”
Swift first announced her musical contribution to the film in an Instagram post in March, where she explained that she wrote “Carolina” after reading it. where the crabs singThe first novel by Delia Owens, which inspired the film. “where the crabs sing “There is a book I completely lost myself in when I read it years ago,” the pop star wrote. “As soon as I heard there was a movie in the works starring the extraordinary @daisyedgarjones and produced by the brilliant @reesewitherspoon, I knew I wanted to be a part of it musically.
“I wrote the song ‘Carolina’ by myself and asked my friend @aarondessner for his producer,” he continued. “I wanted to create something terrifying and ethereal to match this fascinating story.”
Play Swift’s new song “Carolina” below.
This story first appeared on Billboard.com.
Source: Hollywood Reporter