Taylor Swift has released the music video for her song "Lavender Haze," and it's a departure from her previous videos. The "Anti-Hero" singer, who wrote and directed the video, shows off her daring side as she appears topless in a lavender-colored pool and gets up close and personal with transgender model Laith Ashley De La Cruz in a bedroom and a nightclub during the '70s-themed video.
The video also features other shots of Swift crawling through a lavender maze, dancing in a fog, and singing in a blue fur coat while blowing clock-shaped smoke. The video is a soft, psychedelic visual that finds Swift wandering through her home in a dream state, as flowers sprout from the carpet and her house floats through the cosmos.
"Lavender Haze" is among the few songs Swift has specifically said is about her longtime boyfriend - Joe Alwyn.
Swift's 10th album, Midnights, was released in October, and she has also released music videos for other tracks from the album, "Anti-Hero" and "Bejeweled," which she also directed.