Three months after dropping her Midnights album, Taylor Swift released her Lavender Haze music video on Jan 27. The songstress released her 10th studio album, Midnights, in October 2022.
The album consists of 13 tracks, and it marks the return of swift to the Pop genre. According to reports, the star has been busy rehearsing for her upcoming tour.
Despite her preparation for the tour, Swift still makes sure to keep the content coming for her fans. At midnight on Jan 27, she released the third music video from her album, Midnights, which came out in October.
Taylor Swift’s Lavender Haze music video is for her album’s opening track and tells the love story sung by the singer.
Meet me at midnight…
— Taylor Swift (@taylorswift13) January 26, 2023
Taylor Swift Immerses Herself in Purple Water in Lavender Haze Music Video
33-year-old Taylor Swift’s Lavender Haze music video begins with the star laying in bed next to a male video vixen. As the video continues, she wakes up and dances, put on a t-shirt and underwear, and conjures a cloud of purple haze around a 1970s-style bedroom.
Then she crawls through a living room covered in lavender flowers to step through a tube tv into a galaxy of fish. The most captivating part of Taylor Swift’s Lavender Haze music video was when Taylor immersed herself in purple water, her hair slicked back, her lips deeply purple, and clothing free body surrounded by lavender petals.
According to Swift, she heard the term “Lavender haze” on an episode of Mad Men and was inspired to use it in a song. The phrase refers to the period when you are deeply in love with someone. The award-winning singer sang about what she went through with her current Lover Joe when they first got together, which was when she was receiving a lot of criticism from the public.
Before Taylor Swift released the Lavender Haze music video, she previously released videos for two other tracks on her album Midnights: Anti-Hero and Bejeweled. The superstar will be going on her Eras tour at the end of March, and she has been rehearsing for the show to make it a success.