When everything is over-the-top, everyone can relate—we've all been there. I liked Taylor Swift when she Disney-fied the break-up song ("We Are Never Getting Back Together") and when she tried her hand at dubstep ("I Knew You Were Trouble") but "Out of the Woods" from her upcoming album 1989 (due out October 27 on Big Machine Records) is a different kettle of fish. Written with Jack Antonoff, known for fronting the indie-pop bands fun. and Bleachers (and for being Lena Dunham's other half), it kinda sounds like Swift's leading a feisty new band with a love of Sky Ferreira and Haim—it's the most indie-pop she's got. Apparently the lyrics are inspired by her relationship with Harry Styles, but don't let that put you off. "Out of the Woods" is available on iTunes now, and while the fan audio rips have just been taken off YouTube, you can still listen over here. Or, if you want the full-on arena experience, check this "live" version created by a mega-fan.
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