Tuesday, January 12, 2016

Taylor Swift Turns To Dreamlike Scenarios In New 'Out Of The Woods' Music Video

The recent music video from Taylor Swift is very much like my last nightmare. It is filled with psychological representations of anxieties that I encounter in the last few years of my life. It is as if the song and and music video of Out of the Woods is especially written for me.

Out of the Woods by Taylor Swift

The video is by far, one of her very best! The visuals are so amazing and cinematic, but you are left with a dark feeling that something is creeping to get you or danger is about to happen. In every scenario she is almost always falling... until at the later part where all the gritty and ugly elements of the scenes cleared up and gave way to a calm atmosphere...

Watch the music video of Out of the Woods by Taylor Swift.

Out of the Woods is the sixth official single lifted from Taylor Swift's fifth studio album, 1989 (but it was the first promotional single and was the second to be released from said album). Being the fourth track of 1989, the song is about a relationship she was in "that the number one feeling [she] felt in the whole relationship is anxiety."

The music video was once again directed by Joseph Kahn, whom she had previous collaboration on Blank Space, Bad Blood and Wildest Dreams. The scenes were filmed in the mountainous region of Queenstown, New Zealand and on Bethells Beach.