Taylor Swift announces new single You All Over Me (From The Vault)

The track is the first previously-unreleased song to be released from the upcoming rerecorded album Fearless (Taylor's Version).

Taylor Swift has announced her new single You All Over Me (From The Vault).

The track - out March 26 - will be the first unreleased song Taylor is sharing to the world that didn't make the cut from one of her previous albums. You All Over Me is taken from her Fearless recording sessions, and will feature on the rerecorded album Fearless (Taylor's Version) being released on April 9.

"One thing I’ve been loving about these From The Vault songs is that they’ve never been heard, so I can experiment, play, and even include some of my favorite artists," said Taylor, who went on to announce that country singer Maren Morris features on backing vocals, a difference from the original archived version.

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The new take on You All Over Me has been produced by The National's Aaron Dessner, who Taylor worked alongside for her chart-topping quarantine albums Folklore and Evermore. Scooter Carusoe, who has penned tracks for country stars Kenny Chesney and Rascal Flatts, co-wrote the song.

The lead single from Fearless (Taylor's Version) was Love Story (Taylor's Version) which peaked at Number 12 in February, becoming Taylor's 35th UK Top 40 hit. The original reached Number 2 on the Official Singles Chart in February 2009 becoming Taylor's breakthrough song in the UK, with its parent album hitting Number 5.

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Taylor Swift scored two Number 1 albums last year, the first act in four years to claim achieve such a feat. The first Folklore, ruled the Official Albums Chart for three consecutive weeks, the most for any album in 2020, and was the biggest album released in 2020 by an international female artist in the UK.

Meanwhile, Evermore became her sixth UK Number 1, with Swift earning six Number 1 albums faster than any other female artist in history, eight years, surpassing Madonna’s 11 years (between 1997 – 2008).