Taylor Swift Drops New Version Of 'Anti-Hero' Featuring Bleachers

By Rebekah Gonzalez

November 7, 2022

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Taylor Swift is back with a new version of her hit song "Anti-Hero." On Monday, November 7th, the singer-songwriter surprised fans by sharing a remixed version of the song featuring Bleachers, the official stage name of Jack Antonoff, who produced the new album Midnights.

"Jack’s version of ‘sexy baby’ is ‘art bro’ and we sincerely hope it confuses just as many people," Swift wrote on social media to announce the release of the track. The remix gives the fan favorite some synth-pop flair and also features new lyrics from Antonoff, which Swift referenced in her post.

After Swift sings through her first verse and chorus, Antonoff sings, "Sometimes I feel like everybody is an art bro lately/ And I just judge them on the hill/ Too hurt to hang out, talking shit about your famous baby/ Pierced through the heart of 90's guilt, maybe i'm the problem it's me."

The original verse features Swift singing, "Sometimes I feel like everybody is a sexy baby/ And I'm a monster on the hill." Fans were widely confused by the lyrics before people realized Swift was making a reference to a Liz Lemon quote from the beloved NBC show 30 Rock.

Swift recently announced she'll be hitting the road in 2023 with "The Eras Tour." On Friday (November 4), she took to Twitter to share that eight more shows have been added to the tour, including additional dates in cities already scheduled for at least one show" Tampa, Nashville, Los Angeles, Seattle, Philadelphia, Foxborough, Santa Clara, and East Rutherford. The Eras Tour will also feature special guests Paramore, beabadoobee, Phoebe Bridgers, girl in red, MUNA, HAIM, Gayle, Gracie Abrams and OWENN at select dates.

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