We’re in a whirlwind of love from Taylor Swift’s “Lavender Haze” MV
No, we couldn’t stay calm—even in the midst of a haze of lavender.
Taylor Swift just dropped very much expected music videos for the second single from her album, midnight—and as expected, it has fans on cloud nine.
Surrealist video starring Taylor and her lover (do Laith Ashley) in what she calls “the feverish dream of the sweltering sleepless 70s” complete with purple smoke, flowers sprouting from the carpet, and her television unfolding into a galaxy. It naturally ended with her oversleeping on a cloud in a starry sea with koi fish swimming around.
Above InstagramTaylor shouted out her “incredible co-star” Laith, a transgender model and actress, “who I absolutely adore working with.”
“This is the first video I’ve written out of the three that have been released,” she said, “and it really helped me conceptualize the world and my mood. midnight.”
Ahead of the release of her 10th studio album in October, Taylor shared the inspiration behind several songs, including “Lavender Haze,” the first track on the record. Co-written by friends Zo KravitzThe female singer revealed that she was attracted to this saying after listening to it while watching Crazy man.