You probably aren’t sick of Taylor Swift‘s two most recent tracks — “Welcome to New York” and “Out of the Woods” — just yet, but she’s got another single coming down the pike.
Taylor’s record label announced Thursday that her next single from 1989 — the official follow-up to “Shake It Off” — will be “Blank Space.” It’ll hit radio November 10.
The song is the second track on 1989, and like “Shake It Off,” it’s a collaboration with superproducers Max Martin and Shellback. In the song’s lyrics, Taylor pokes fun at her reputation as a serial dater, singing, “You look like my next mistake/Love’s a game, want to play?” and “Got a long list of ex-lovers/They’ll tell you I’m insane/’Cause you know I love the players/and you love the game.”
“Blank Space” is also the song that inspired the name of Taylor’s new perfume Incredible Things — one of the lyrics is, “I could show you incredible things.”
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