Summer of ‘89: Stream Ryan Adams’ covers album of Taylor Swift’s ‘1989’ in full

Stream Ryan Adams’ covers album of Taylor Swift’s ‘1989’ in full

It’s finally arrived - Ryan Adams’ full re-work of the pop smash hit is here.

After months of teasing, Ryan Adams has today released his full re-work of Taylor Swift’s ‘1989’.

The album, re-recorded in full by Adams ‘in the style of The Smiths’, was previewed last week by his cover of the VMA Award-winning ‘Bad Blood’. You can now stream the full thing via Apple Music or YouTube (below).

Decidedly more sombre than the chart smash original record (that’ll be that Smiths influence), it’s nevertheless another thing to chalk up to Swift’s ongoing domination of all things internet.

Swift is presumably delighted, possibly unconscious.

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