Here’s Why Swifties Think Taylor Swift’s “Lavender Haze” Music Video Teases “Speak Now (Taylor’s Version)”
The new music video for Taylor Swift has a strange vibe. Swifties, however, are already on the scene. Fans were able to connect the seemingly random (or perhaps not so random) aquatic animal to an iconic guitar she used during her 2011 Speak Now tour, which they interpreted as a clue that Speak Now (Taylor’s Version) is on the way, after noticing that koi fish were prominently featured throughout the pop star’s “Lavender Haze” video, which dropped Friday (Jan. 27).
Naturally, many deduced that Swift is strongly implying that her upcoming album, Speak Now (Taylor’s Version), will be a rerecorded and rereleased version of her 2010 album Speak Now. It would be the third “Taylor’s Version” release out of the six that the 11-time Grammy winner has planned, following Red and Fearless.
Swift had previously used Easter eggs in a Midnights music video to preview Speak Now (Taylor’s Version), so this isn’t the first time. The singer included a scene of variously coloured elevator buttons in the video for her song “Bejeweled” in October, leading fans to speculate that each button stood for a different album in Swift’s discography. As a result of the purple gown that a young Swift is wearing on the album’s cover image, the colour purple is strongly associated with the Speak Now album in the video.
In light of this, it’s also important to point out that the “Lavender Haze” music video is replete with images that have a violet hue, from Swift taking a bath in purple water to a bedroom that is enveloped in lilac-colored haze. This makes sense for a song with the word “lavender” in the title, of course, but other Swifties believe the abundance of purple has a deeper significance.
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