Singer Taylor Swift published a new version of the song on Monday "Christmas Tree Farm", the Christmas hit that he recorded in 2019 and which he is now reissuing with the support of an orchestra of 70 musicians with arrangement, and in time for the end of the year holidays.
The subject, which the American winner of eleven Grammy Awards has called "Old Timey Version", was recorded at the famous Abbey Road studios in London, and features stringed instruments, winds and the sounds of bells.
"This version is awesome because it feels like a more laid-back Christmas feeling from doing all your shopping and relaxing by the fire, and it’s definitely that old school Christmas feeling."The interpreter told the Amazon Music platform, which has exclusively published the single.
The original theme song is inspired by Swift’s youth, years when he grew up on a Christmas tree farm in Pennsylvania, and it was written while celebrating the end of the year holidays with his family.
The publication of this Christmas single comes after the singer released on November 12 the new recording of "Net", his fourth studio album originally released in 2012 and that in its reworking includes a 10-minute version of the theme "All Too Well", in addition to unpublished songs.
The "Net" In 2021 it was placed at the top of the Billboard 200 list, Swift’s 10th album to climb to the top of that list of the specialized magazine.
The Amazon Music platform announced earlier this month the publication of original songs and versions of Christmas classics.s, within its Amazon Original series, including the theme "I’ll Be Home for Christmas" in the voice of Camila Cabello, and with mariachi arrangements.
These launches also include "Christmas letter", by Panamanian Sech, as well as a version of "Last christmas"by the Mexican pop-rock trio Reik.
Marcos Witt and his daughter Elena Witt-Guerra mark a version in "spanglish" from "Silent Night / Santa la Noche (O Holy Night)", while the Spanish band La Oreja de Van Gogh contributes a version of "White Christmas".