Here's What Taylor Swift Fans Think Jack Antonoff's Latest Instagram Means

By Taylor Fields

June 20, 2019

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As you know, Taylor Swift is releasing an album called Lover in August. So far, we've heard two songs from the forthcoming record; her lead single "ME!" featuring Panic! at the Disco's Brendon Urie and her latest anthem "You Need To Calm Down." Although fans have a little bit of info about the content on Lover, Jack Antonoff is here to drop a possible hint about one of the songs on the album via his Instagram.

Within a series of photos from over the last month, which he titles "June in film," we can see a picture of Taylor in the studio, but we also see another image of a set of keyboards with a single dollar bill on top of them. Good ol' George Washington. See the photos below.

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Why is the dollar significant? Well, fans are speculating that the photo means Taylor, with the help of Jack, wrote a song about her sexual assault case, from which she won exactly one dollar after a lawsuit, counter-suing the man who assaulted her.

Taylor did explain that although the tone of Lover will be "romantic," the album also has some political undertones, so a song about sexual assault might not be too far off.

In an interview with German outlet DPA, Swift expalined, "I definitely think there are political undertones in the new music I made. I'm not planning to stop encouraging young people to vote and to try to get them to talk about what’s going on in our country. I think that’s one of the most important things I could do."

As you know, Taylor's new music video for her latest single "You Need To Calm Down" is a Pride-themed visual starring many LGBTQ celebrities. Whatever the rest of Taylor Swift's Lover brings, fans are definitely excited about Tay and Jack working together again:

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