Taylor Swift Releases Carolina, Theme Track From A Place Far Away From Here

The singer and songwriter Taylor Swift announced the release of the song Carolinacomposed by her for the film A Place Far Away From Here.

The track was available last Thursday night (23) and is the first unreleased song by the singer since the release of her last album, evermorein 2020.

In a post on her Instagram, Swift explained:

“I wrote Carolina alone and asked my friend Aaron Dessner to produce it. I wanted to create something haunting and ethereal to match this mesmerizing story.”

The movie is an adaptation of the novel of the same name written by Delia Owens and tells the story of a reclusive girl named Kya, who is known as ‘Swamp Girl’.

She lives on the shores of a lake that is near the fictional town called Barkley Cove, located in the state of North Carolina.

When Kya finds herself attracted to two men, one of them turns up dead, and she becomes the prime suspect. The investigations end up revealing ancient secrets from across the city.

In the cast are Daisy Edgar-Jones, as the protagonist, David Strathairn, Taylor John Smith and Harris Dickinson.

A Place Far Away From Here is scheduled to debut in Brazil on September 1, 2022.

Scene from A Place Far Away From Here (Disclosure)

Joe Alwyn Talks Writing Process With Taylor Swift

The actor and musician commented on how the creative process happened with the singer, whom he has been dating since 2017.

He contributed with Swift on songs for the albums folklore and evermorewhich are the most recent, released within a short time of each other.

Alwyn took co-writing credits for the songs Betty and exile (from the album Folklore) and Evermore, Champagne Problems and Coney Island (which are part of the Evermore album).

He explained that he was just ‘playing’ on the piano and singing what turned out to be the first verse of Exile, when Taylor asked him to help him finish the song’s lyrics.

“It was completely improvised, an accident. She said, ‘Can we try to make it through together?’ And so we did. It was as basic as some people making sourdough.”

“Who doesn’t walk around the house singing? I probably had a drink and stumbled through the house. We couldn’t decide on a movie to watch that night, and she said, ‘Do you want to try to finish writing that song you sang earlier?’ And then we took a guitar and did that,” she finished.

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