Taylor Swift Releases a "Willow" Remix in Honor of Her 31st Birthday

You didn’t really think Taylor Swift was done surprising us, did you? In honor of her 31st birthday, she dropped a remix of evermore‘s lead single, “willow.” Birthdays are v important to Talor—that’s where her obsession with the number “13” comes from. Oh, and remember that time she titled her album after her birth year, 1989? Yeah, birthdays are important, which is why “willow – dancing witch version (Elvira remix)” feels so… special.

“Not to be all ‘iTs mY BiRtHdAY & I jUsT wAnNa DaNcE’ but… it is and I do,” Taylor wrote in the surprise Instagram announcement. “So we’ve released the willow dancing witch version, remixed by Elvira, a bad ass female producer I really respect 💪💃.”

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Even though it’s her birthday, she gave us a gift. *sobs* It hasn’t even been a week since her newest album’s release and she’s already dropped another song. It kind of makes you wonder if those third album rumors are true.

Either way, fans are loving the “willow” remix.

the willow remix makes me love the song so much more I’m so happy it’s so good 😭

willow dancing witch remix is a really great jam

the willow remix made me realize how much i miss taylor doing pop music, but i also love the music she’s doing right now and that’s how you know an artist is actually talented and versatile.

Dancing to the willow remix in my room🧙‍♀️✨💃

Taylor announced the release of her ninth studio album, evermore, on Dec. 10 in a series of Instagram posts. Hint: Whenever Tay posts a grid of pics to her IG feed—it’s on. She referred to it as folklore‘s “sister” album.

“To put it plainly, we just couldn’t stop writing songs. To try and put it more poetically, it feels like we were standing on the edge of the folklorian woods and had a choice: to turn and go back or to travel further into the forest of this music,” she explained. “We chose to wander deeper in. I’ve never done this before. In the past I’ve always treated albums as one-off eras and moved onto planning the next one after an album was released. There was something different with folklore. In making it, I felt less like I was departing and more like I was returning.”

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