Take a sneak peek at how the 'Mean' singer gets her mind off her ex-boyfriend in the upcoming music video directed by Declan Whitebloom.
Taylor Swift gives a 14-second sneak peak of her Declan Whitebloom-directed music video for single "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together". Instead of soaking around and crying over a whacked ex-boyfriend, she invites a bunch of friends to get crazy in her house party.
Taylor is clad in a typical country dress covered with white yellow flowers. Having her hair in a ponytail and sporting her signature red lipstick, she bounces around and throws her hand in the air in a super-crowded room. The full story of her party will unfold when the video premieres on August 30.
"We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" is the first single from Taylor's new album "Red". The single tops Billboard Hot 100, marking her first-ever chart-topper on the chart. It sold 623,000 downloads in a week, becoming the best sales week by a female artist and second best overall.
In the new album, Taylor infuses her breezy strumming style with a much up-to-date pop music evolution. According to Rolling Stone, there is indeed a track that will feature "dubstep-inspired bass breakdown."
She also admitted the album revolves around her personal experience that happened after "Speak Now" was released in 2010. "I went through a few roller coasters," she said. "Trying to chronicle each step of the way was challenging, because you go to some really dark places with the lyrics. Then in the next track, you're talking about how amazing it is to meet somebody new."