We're one step closer to a brand-new version of one of Taylor Swift's Grammy-winning albums.
The trailer for new animated movie Spirit Untamed hit the internet—and came with a huge surprise for Swifties when the song "Wildest Dreams," off Taylor's 2014 album 1989, appeared in the trailer.
The artist previously took to her Instagram Story in mid-March to share her excitement, writing, "Thank you #SpiritUntamed for using Wildest Dreams (Taylor's Version) in your new trailer!!"
When fans heard a snippet of Taylor's version of "Wildest Dreams" earlier this month, they were thrilled. One tweeted, "I have CHILLS and I've only barely heard wildest dreams Taylor's version, I will not be prepared when it drops." Another added, "Hearing a snippet of Wildest Dreams (Taylor's version) MADE ME EMOTIONAL today." A third wrote, "still haven't processed how good taylors vocals sound on wildest dreams wtf i didnt think they could get any better."
As fans know, Taylor, she's in the process of re-recording her first five albums, following a dispute over ownership of her masters with her former record label Big Machine Label Group.
This isn't the first time Tay has teased a new recording of one of her hits prior to its official release. Last December, an updated version of "Love Story," off her album Fearless, debuted in a Match commercial created by her friend Ryan Reynolds. She officially released the track in February, and announced that the full Fearless album would arrive on April 9.
When we'll get the official release of "Wildest Dreams" on streaming platforms remains to be seen, but given how quickly Taylor churns out new music, it's safe to say sooner rather than later.
This article was originally published on Fri, Mar 12, 2021, 11:44 a.m.