Taylor Swift Debuts 'Out of the Woods' Music Video

The singer premieres her new music video on "Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve"

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The holidays may be coming to a close, but Swiftmas is still happening in full force.

On Thursday, Taylor Swift debuted her new music video for “Out of the Woods” on Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve hosted by Ryan Seacrest.

And what an eye-popper of a video it is: a wilderness extravaganza that finds Swift, clad in a flowing blue dress, traveling through forests, scaling mountains, running with wolves, and standing amid blazing trees.

Shot in New Zealand, the “Out of the Woods” music video is the sixth Swift has released from her 1989 album, which racked up seven Grammy nominations (including for Album of the Year).

Earlier this year, the singer revealed her new single – which fans have speculated was inspired by her relationship with Harry Styles – is about the ups and downs of a “fragile relationship.”

Co-written by Jack Antonoff, the track “just kind of conjured up all these, like, feeling of anxiety that I had had in a relationship where everybody was watching, everybody was commenting on it,” she said in a Grammy Pro Listening Session video. “You’re constantly just feeling like, are we out of the woods yet?”

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