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Taylor Swift's 'New Romantics' Video Is Now Available On Apple Music

If you attended any stop on Taylor Swift's 1989 tour, you might see yourself in the singer's latest music video.

On Wednesday, Swift released a music video for “New Romantics,” the seventh and final single off of 1989, the best-selling album of 2015.

In a major departure from Swift's usual style, the four-minute video has no narrative to speak of. Instead, it's a compilation of short videos from the 1989 tour, including backstage footage, clips from Swift's performances and plenty of sweeping shots of the crowd — meaning hundreds of lucky fans are actually immortalized in a Taylor Swift music video.

The only downside? For now, you'll have to subscribe to Apple Music to watch it.

Catch a sneak peek of the video below and head over to Apple Music to see “New Romantics” in full.

The best people in life are free. #NewRomantics https://t.co/qpp4HneyVX pic.twitter.com/aYZ4iiJgnU — Taylor Swift (@taylorswift13) April 6, 2016

Citations: Taylor Swift Fans Might Just Spot Themselves in Her "New Romantics" Music Video (ELLE), Taylor Swift's '1989' Album Is Getting A Seventh Single (Forbes)