Taylor Swift (Probably) Sings About Harry Styles Relationship on New Single, ‘Out of the Woods’

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Taylor Swift already sent the haters packing with “Shake It Off,” the first single from her upcoming fourth album, 1989, so what’s next for the former-country-now-pop singer? Late last night, Swift shared the second single from 1989, the Harry Styles-referencing “Out of the Woods.” (Despite being released, like, 30 seconds ago, it’s already No. 1 on iTunes, because, hello, it’s Taylor Swift.)

The song supposedly references the time Swift spent dating Styles — talking about ex-boyfriends in songs is a Swift staple — and specifically a snowmobile accident the two apparently lived through. (The bridge of the song includes the lyrics: “Remember when you hit the breaks too soon / 20 stitches and a hospital room.”)

“Out of the Woods” was co-written with fun.’s Jack Antonoff, which explains its stadium-ready epicness. Listen below.

What do you think of Swift’s second single? Her best yet?