Taylor Swift‘s ‘Betty’ has been reimagined as a pop-punk tune on TikTok – watch the clip under.
Yesterday (December 14), TikTok person 1cabeau shared a video by which he reworked the laid-back, acoustic ‘Betty’ into an influence chord-driven lower worthy of Blink-182.
“Have you ever ever puzzled what ‘Betty’ from ‘Folklore’ would sound like if it was a pop-punk tune?” the musician asks on the prime of the clip, including: “Yeah, me too.”
The TikTok video has to this point registered nearly 115,000 ‘likes’ and has been shared almost 12,000 occasions throughout the platform and past.
In the meantime, Taylor Swift has dismissed rumours that a third surprise album called ‘Woodvale’ is on the horizon. It got here after followers uncovered what they believed to be the file’s title hidden on the ‘Folklore’ cowl, whereas others discovered that Swift got here up consequently when looking out ‘Woodvale’ on Spotify.
The pop star defined that the phrase was actually a “faux code identify” for ‘Folklore’ that got here out of her reluctance to share its precise title.
Throughout a preview of an upcoming dialog with Zane Lowe, Swift said that her diaristic songwriting style was “unsustainable” for her future as an artist – with each ‘Folklore’ and ‘Evermore’ specializing in varied fictional characters from mythological places.
“It felt too sizzling of a microscope. On my unhealthy days, I might really feel like I used to be loading a canon of clickbait, when that’s not what I would like for my life,” she stated of her earlier, autobiographical strategy.
The complete Apple Music interview will air on December 16 at 1am GMT.