Taylor Swift recently re-released her first six albums on Big Machine Records, and one of the songs she released has a special guest. The track is called nothing new and features Phoebe Bridgers.
The song is a beautiful, sentimental ballad, and the lyrics are a double entendre that is very thought-provoking. Swift mentions that she feels like she has to constantly reinvent herself in order to stay interesting and desirable to her fans. She also mentions that people love an ingenue.
It’s a really important message to convey. It’s something that young women are often told, but the reality is not always as easy as it sounds.
Especially for girls, there is often a great deal of pressure to be a certain way at a certain age. This can be very difficult for young women to meet and even more so if they don’t have the best support network.
To address this issue, Taylor Swift wrote a song called ‘nothing new’ that talks about this. This song was written in 2012 and did not make the original album ‘red’, but it was re-recorded for the re-release of the album.
When Swift re-recorded this song she asked Bridgers to be the guest on the track. This was the first time that she had ever had a female artist on her track.
Swift and Bridgers have been good friends for a long time, so it was a real pleasure to collaborate on this song. During her appearance on 'Late Night with Seth Meyers', Swift said that she really enjoyed the song and would love to work with her again in the future.