Taylor Swift "Where The Crawdads Sing"

Megapopular American singer Taylor Swift, after a short absence, topped the charts again. This time, her hit was the single Carolina, which became the soundtrack to the film “Where the crayfish sing.”

The soundtrack was released at the end of June and immediately gained immense popularity among listeners. It became especially popular among those who managed to watch the film itself based on the book of the same name by the famous American writer and animal rights activist Delia Owens, who for a long time, together with her husband Mark, studied African wildlife in the Kalahari Desert.

It should be said that the last album of the American singer was Increasingly, which the popular singer presented to these fans in 2020. After that, the creative part of the singer’s life remained shrouded in deep mystery. Fans of the artist tried to ask her questions on social networks about what caused such a creative break.

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But Taylor Swift only remained silent or wrote intriguingly that soon her fans would be pleasantly surprised. Which, in fact, happened with the release of the new single of the popular singer.

The song is written in a folk style, and the direct shooting of the video clip took place in a swampy area in the state of North Carolina, which is very picturesque and fully conveys the spirit and idea of ​​the film itself.

Observers of the music market note that the new song marked a fundamental change in the musical career of the American singer. It is completely different from Taylor Swift’s previous creative work, and also represents a completely new style of music that was not previously inherent in the artist.

Based on the detective novel by Delia Owens, the film became one of the most popular films in the US and worldwide. The novel itself was written by Delia back in 2018. At first, he in itself did not arouse much interest among a wide audience of readers. But after the release of the film of the same name, the book instantly became a bestseller. It has been the top seller in the United States for 35 consecutive weeks as of the end of July 2022.

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