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How to Watch Taylor Swift's Lavender Haze Music Video

GameRant 1/26/2023 Greysun Morales
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After releasing music videos for Anti-Hero and Bejeweled, the singer/actor/director Taylor Swift, is now putting one out for Lavender Haze, the pop jam that kicks off the Midnights album. The song describes Taylor Swift being in a love bubble with a romantic partner, not worrying about outside forces like tabloids and social media. She talks about wanting to stay in that lavender haze with a certain someone, most likely alluding to her boyfriend, Joe Alwyn. Another neat part of the song is its opening line, "Meet me at midnight." And it's neat because that's the exact time the Lavender Haze music video is coming out.

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Where Can I Watch the Lavender Haze Music Video?

Taylor Swift has revealed that the next music video to come out after Bejeweled is indeed Lavender Haze. The video will premiere on the official Taylor Swift YouTube channel at 12 AM ET (Eastern Time) on Friday, January 27. As for other time zones, check out the list below:

  • 9 PM PST (Los Angeles) - Thursday
  • 10 PM MST (Denver) - Thursday
  • 11 PM CST (Chicago) - Thursday
  • 5 AM GMT (London) - Friday
  • 1 PM (Beijing) - Friday
  • 2 PM JST (Tokyo) - Friday

We've attached the YouTube video down below, so fans can tune in here once the premiere goes live. For those that are signed in to their Google account and click the 'Notify Me' button on the music video to set a reminder for tonight.

There's a lot to look forward to this year from Swift. There was a recent announcement that Taylor will be making her feature film directorial debut with Searchlight Pictures, and the film will be using a script penned by the artist.

And while tickets have been fairly difficult and/or expensive to get, Taylor Swift's Eras tour kicks off on March 17 with a performance in Glendale, Arizona. It will end in August after a show in California.

Taylor Swift's Lavender Haze video will premiere at 12 AM ET on January 27, 2023.

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