Taylor Swift releases new version of ‘Anti Hero’ with bleachers

Taylor Swift released a limited-time download of the single ‘Anti Hero’ featuring her’Midnights‘ co-producer, Jack Antonoff of bleachers.

The new version of the first single from the pop star’s 10th album is available to download exclusively at home Online Store until 11:59 p.m. ET today (November 7), or 4:59 a.m. tomorrow (November 8) in the UK.

Swift wrote on Instagram that Antonoff’s version of “sexy baby“, which is a lyric from the original song, is”art brother“. The original lyrics puzzled many fans online when the song was released. “We sincerely hope this confuses as many people as possible,” Swift added.

The release comes after a fan created a remix of the song which features a guest appearance by Nintendo mascot Mario – check it out here.

Swift previously said ‘Anti Hero’ hears her delve deeper into her ‘insecurities’ than ever beforedescribing it as a guided tour through “all the things I hate about myself”.

It comes as the singer celebrates breaking even more records. More recently, Swift beat The Beatles topped the UK charts by scoring a double for a second consecutive week.

The American artist took up the challenge of Arctic Monkeys from October 28 to reach the top spot, with “Midnights” becoming best-selling album of the year so far in the UK. Meanwhile, in the United States, she became the first act in history to land 10 titles in BillboardHot 100 Songs Chart.

Last week it was reported that Swift would be challenged by the Beatles’ reissue of their classic ‘Revolver’ album for first place. She held on to stay at number one on the album charts, with ‘Anti-Hero’ also scoring a second week atop the singles chart.

Meanwhile, Friday (November 4) Swift added eight more shows at she recently announced ‘The Eras Tour’ – see the new dates here and buy tickets here.

The tour will run throughout next summer and will feature a host of special guests including Paramore, beabadoobee, Phoebe Bridger, girl in red, MUNA, Haim, Gayle, Grace Abrams and Owenn.

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