Taylor Swift Treats ‘Carolina’ Like ‘Folklore’ in ‘Where the Crawdads Sing’ End Credits Theme
Taylor Swift has gone to Carolina in her mind in her new single, which was released at midnight Thursday night — the first newly written original song she’s put out since the “Evermore” album in late 2020. But things are more brooding for her in that state of mind than they were for James Taylor.
“Carolina” is the end-credits theme for the film “Where the Crawdads Sing,” which doesn’t reach theaters for another three weeks — July 15, to be exact — and the song provides a foretaste of the possibly jolting mood of the climax, where she and the movie’s protagonist are definitely not feeling 22.
As much as it’s a direct outgrowth of Swift loving the source novel, fans may feel the song is a throwback … all …
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