Beth Garrabrant

Taylor Swift has released her latest revision of her work, this time with Red (Taylor's Version), the re-recording of her 2012 hit record Red.

This is the latest installment in a series of the singer's remakes of her past albums, in an effort to stunt music mogul Scooter Braun's purchase of her catalog by delivering fans new, Swift-approved recordings and lessening Braun's return on his investment.

The new version of Red continues a busy three-year run for Swift, who released her incredible album Lover in the summer of 2019. And when the pandemic struck, forcing the singer to halt her live performance plans, she instead worked remotely with the likes of The National's Aaron Dessner and Bon Iver's Justin Vernon to create two breathtaking albums folklore and evermore, the former of which won the Grammy win for Album of the Year in March.

Then in April, she released her re-recording of her hit 2008 album Fearless, continuing the stretch of working non-stop. Speaking of which, she'll also be the musical guest this weekend on the new episode of NBC's Saturday Night Live.

Hear the new version of Red below.