Starting by seeing triple Swift in “Anti-Hero,” to watching her make the “whole place shimmer” in “Bejeweled,” Taylor Swift is just getting started with her Midnights era visual album music-video drops and we’re here to obsess over every single morsel and hidden message.
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Check out every Midnights music video so far below, and keep checking back for more.
Starting things off with “Anti-Hero,” which has us seeing double, and at one point triple Swift, Taylor lyrically and visually navigates her relationship with her inner critic. Letting us know, “I’m the problem, it’s me,” on repeat as she battles against her insecurities and anxieties, as she drops easter eggs, like the ghosts of her Red era, and fun bits like purple glitter instead of blood, and other things. At one point Swift even dies, but don’t worry the scene is more funny than morbid, and features Mike Birbiglia, John Early, and Mary Elizabeth Ellis hilariously portraying her grown sons and daughter-in-law.
For “Bejeweled,” Taylor served up Cinderella and cameos from Laura Dern and the Haim sisters, before trading in her usual cozy fall fashion for bedazzled garments and ALL the glamour. After impressing "Queen Pat" (makeup guru Pat McGrath) with her talents which included twirling around in giant water-filled martini glasses with Dita Von Teese, Tay Tay is awarded keys to her own castle, which she accepted, and a proposal from Prince Jack (Jack Antonoff) which she gracefully declined.