Los Angeles - Taylor Swift's new music video for New Romantics is a love letter to her fans.
The 26-year-old singer debuted the song on Apple Music, the only place it's available, and on Wednesday she shared the visuals for the video on her Twitter account, in which she declares her love for her loyal followers known as Swifties.
Alongside the clip, she wrote: "The best people in life are free. #NewRomantics."
The blonde beauty also described the video as "a love letter to fans and a celebration of the 1989 era".
Taylor - who is dating Scottish hunk Calvin Harris - thanked her followers for making her The 1989 World Tour "incredible" and said they are the reason she does what she does.
During the 14 second teaser, she said: "The fans are the best part of this tour. They're the reason the shows are incredible, and I know those fans out there are just all in.
"We're all really sad that it's ending, but we're really happy because of what it was."
The video gives fans a behind-the-scenes look at Taylor's tour and features some unseen footage.
The best people in life are free. #NewRomantics https://t.co/qpp4HneyVX pic.twitter.com/aYZ4iiJgnU— Taylor Swift (@taylorswift13) April 6, 2016
The best people in life are free. #NewRomantics https://t.co/qpp4HneyVX pic.twitter.com/aYZ4iiJgnU
Meanwhile, the Shake It Off singer picked up the iHeart Radio Music Award for Best Tour Award at the weekend and dedicated it to her Outside hitmaker beau - whose real name is Adam Wiles. After being presented the award by R&B superstar Justin Timberlake, she gushed: "For the first time I had the most amazing person to come home to when the spotlight went out and when the crowds were all gone. So I want to thank my boyfriend Adam for that and I love you guys so much."
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