Taylor Swift used 1950s instruments for her song "Carolina"


June 25, 2022

Taylor Swift wrote a song for the movie "without telling anyone".
Taylor Swift brought her new song "Carolina" for the movie "Where The Crawdads Sing" in the 1950s.

Director Olivia Newman met Reese Witherspoon and talked to her about the upcoming film, revealing that Taylor Swift made sure the song was as faithful as possible in the early '50s, during the first half. of "Where The Crawdads Sing", which is based on the book of the same name by Delia Owens.
 
Reese Witherspoon, the film's producer, revealed that she went "crazy" when she learned that Taylor Swift created "Carolina" specifically for the film, without telling anyone.

He read this book and loved it so much and then he heard that we were making a movie while he was preparing "Folkore" and then he wrote a song with this whole "Folkore" team, which was so memorable, magical and beautiful. "I was impressed," Witherspoon said.

Olivia Newman added, "She went and wrote this song out of sheer inspiration and said something like, 'I don't know if you like it, but here it is!'"

The director revealed that Taylor Swift "wrote us this wonderful letter explaining that she chose instruments that were only available before 1953 and that she recorded the song in one shot the way the songs were recorded at the time."

Olivia Newman also admitted: "The first time I heard it, I started crying and said, 'I do not know what is happening to me right now.' I mean, I like to sing Taylor Swift songs, but I never cry like that. "
 
The director of the film, who is a fan of Delia Owens' book and its shocking ending, said that Taylor Swift perfectly captured the "very specific feeling" that readers experience when they finish the last chapter.

"We wanted to give this audience the same emotional feeling and her song is just based on that," he said.

The release date of Taylor Swift's song "Carolina", which was originally announced last March, has not yet been announced.

The movie "Where The Crawdads Sing" will premiere on July 15, while it will be shown in Greek cinemas from August 25.