The singer says this epic version gives her "pirate ship/sword fight movie scene vibes"

By Nick Maslow
Updated October 02, 2015 12:45 PM
Credit: Courtesy Christopher Tin

If you think Taylor Swift‘s "Bad Blood" video is epic, wait until you hear the orchestral cover she’s digging.

On Thursday, 25-year-old Swift shared a new fan-made version of the song via Twitter, writing, “Getting pirate ship/sword fight movie scene vibes from this orchestral version of Bad Blood and I’m happy about it.”

The classical reinterpretation comes courtesy of Grammy award-winning composer Christopher Tin, who got the idea for the piece after seeing Swift’s 1989 concert.

“I had the opportunity to meet Taylor Swift before her concert at Staples Center (8/23/15), and I was completely blown away,” Tin wrote in the caption of his YouTube video. “Not only is she an incredibly gifted musician, songwriter, and businesswoman, but she’s one of the most confident and charming people I’ve ever met. And her concert, well… it was the very definition of spectacle.”

Tin captured his sweet Swiftie moment in a photo posted to Facebook.

The singer’s thoughtful interactions with fans regularly go viral. Most recently, Swift cut a rug with 7-year-old dancer Dylan Barnes in an adorable Instagram video.