Singer Taylor Swift will premiere this midnight her song “Caroline”, which will be part of the soundtrack of the movie “Where the Crawdads Sing”, the artist reported this Thursday through her Twitter account.
“There are things that only Carolina knows… and soon you too,” could be read in the tweet announcing the launch and which was accompanied by a brief nine-second preview of the song.
He also attached a link for his followers to receive a notification in their Spotify or Apple Music accounts when the song is available this midnight.
The premiere is scheduled for midnight on the US East Coast (4:00 GMT).
Swift has continued today promoting “Caroline” through her account on the social network Instagram, where she uploaded an image that shows a stream in the middle of a forest and the words “Caroline” and “midnight” (midnight) appear superimposed.
In addition to singing, Swift has also written this song that has the production of Aaron Dessner, a regular in musical arrangements throughout the career of the American singer-songwriter.
“Caroline” will be Swift’s first musical work since 2020, when she released her album “Evermore.”
In March, the singer announced that she would participate musically in the movie “Where The Crawdads Sing” and showed her emotion after having “immersed” in the plot of the homonymous novel on which the film is based.
A book written by Delia Owens and established as the bestseller among works of fiction in the United States in 2018.
“Where The Crawdads Sing” (Sony Pictures) will be released on the big screen on July 15. starring Daisy Edgar-Jones and produced by actress Reese Whitherspoon. (YO)