A week before her 30th birthday, Taylor Swift dropped a festive track and music video featuring home footage
Christmas has come early for Swifties.
On Thursday night, Taylor Swift dropped her highly anticipated new holiday song, “Christmas Tree Farm,” much to the delight of her fans who have been buzzing about potential new music
Along with the festive track, the superstar — who graces the cover of PEOPLE’s latest issue as one of four People of the Year — also released a music video.
The music video features nostalgic home footage filmed by her mother and father Andrea and Scott Swift during the holidays. Her parents also appear in the visual along with her brother Austin Swift and other family and friends.
The song is certainly sentimental for Swift as she grew up on a Christmas tree farm called Pine Ridge Farm.
“My heart is a Christmas tree farm where the people would come to dance under sparkles and lights,” Swift croons as a clip of her from 1991, wearing a holiday sweater, emerges.
“Just being in your arms/ Takes me back to that little farm where every wish comes true,” Swift sings as more childhood memories play.
The compilation of home videos also show Swift sweetly waving in her mother’s arms and later sledding in the snow with her father.
Perhaps the most heartwarming moment, however, is when Swift excitedly unwraps her very first guitar one Christmas morning.
“Under the mistletoe/ Watching the fire blow/ And telling me I love you,” Swift sings.
Swift wrote “Christmas Tree Farm” this past Sunday, Dec. 1, and immediately went to the studio…Read More