Taylor Swift’s ‘Out of the Woods': Jack Antonoff Raves About ‘1989’ Track

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With a little more than a month to go until Taylor Swift releases ‘1989,’ we’re excited over every and any bit of news we get! Following Taylor’s Rolling Stone profile, fun./ Bleachers musician Jack Antonoff opened up about one of the album’s tracks, ‘Out of the Woods.’

Following tweets amending info in the article, Jack raved about the ‘Out of the Woods,’ calling it “one of the most important things I’ve ever been a part of.”

Rolling Stone says the song seems to be inspired by Taylor’s relationship with Harry Styles, and Taylor herself explains, “Every day was a struggle. Forget making plans for life – we were just trying to make it to next week.”

The article also gives a snippet of lyrics — “Remember when you hit the brakes too soon / Twenty stitches in a hospital room” — which Taylor says references a time her ex wrecked a snowmobile to the point where she saw her life flash before her eyes.

In summary: Jack’s tweet only makes us more excited about ‘1989’ and ‘Out of the Woods.’ Hang in there, Swifties. We’re almost in the home stretch.

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