Around “All Too Well (10 Minute Version),” Taylor Swift is open about her “nostalgic feelings.”


Around “All Too Well (10 Minute Version),” Taylor Swift Gets Honest About Her “Nostalgic Feelings.”

Taylor Swift’s illustrious career is something we “Bet You Think About.”

During E! News’ Daily Pop on Monday, Nov. 7, the Grammy winner spoke exclusively about the legacy of her Red album.

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“There are a lot of new-old songs like the vault tracks,” Swift said of Red (Taylor’s Version).

I had a lot of fun re-recording ‘All Too Well,’ the 10-minute version, because these are lyrics I’d written a long time ago, but I’d never really recorded them before, so it was pretty crazy.”

Swift directed the 10-minute short film All Too Well, which starred Dylan O’Brien and Sadie Sink.

Swift explained, “It’s a coming-of-age film about a very specific time in someone’s life when they’re between 19 and 20.”

“You have one foot in childhood and one foot in adulthood, and you don’t know where to stand or how vulnerable it makes you in that moment; we go through life, our hearts are broken.”

Swift talked about how “really special” it was to be behind the camera.

“I’m extremely pleased with myself.

She laughed, “It’s a huge relief.”

“We really wanted to dedicate ourselves to creating a mini-cinematic universe for the song that the fans were so passionate about.”

We have a 10-minute version of ‘All Too Well,’ so I figured, why don’t we really commit to it, expand on it, and I think it’s really beautiful.”

Along with the epic re-recorded track, fans will be able to relive Swift’s personal journey.

“I think one of the nostalgic aspects of this for fans is going back in time to where you were when that album was released,” Swift explained.

“I’m just having a lot of nostalgic feelings, but they’re all memories from concerts with the fans over the years.”

It’s a true celebration of our friendship.”

To learn why Swift thinks Red (Taylor’s Version) is the perfect autumn soundtrack, watch the full red carpet interview above!

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