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Taylor Swift to Release ‘You All Over Me (From The Vault)’

Taylor Swift is set to release the first song in her From the Vault series today on Thursday (March 25).

The 31-year-old singer-songwriter has revealed that she will drop the track 'You All Over Me (From the Vault)' this week as the first of six never-before-heard songs that are set to feature on her re-recorded Fearless album.

'You All Over Me (From the Vault)' also features Maren Morris' backing vocals, and has been produced by The National's Aaron Dessner.

Posting about the track on Instagram, Swift wrote: "HI. I wanted to let you know that the first "From the Vault" song I'm releasing from Fearless (Taylor's Version) comes out tomorrow at midnight eastern. It's called You All Over Me (From The Vault). 

"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. I'm really excited to have @marenmorris singing background vocals on this song!! Produced by Aaron Dessner and co-written by Scooter Carusoe - can't wait for you to hear it (sic)"

The global superstar announced in 2019 that she plans to re-record her first six albums after her master recordings were acquired by Scooter Braun.

Swift released 'Love Story (Taylor's Version)' last month, and at the time announced the re-recorded version of her second album Fearless is "done" and will be released "soon". It has 26 songs including 6 never before released songs from the vault. She revealed her From the Vault collection includes songs she wrote between the ages of 16 and 18.

She said: "I've decided I want you to have the whole story, see the entire vivid picture, and let you into the entire dreamscape that is my Fearless album.

"That's why I've chosen to include 6 never before released songs on my version of this album. Written when I was between the ages of 16 and 18, these were the ones it killed me to leave behind.

"This process has been more fulfilling and emotional than I could've imagined and has made me even more determined to re-record all of my music."

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