The “Willow” music video follows a similar theme to Swift’s first Folklore single, “Cardigan”.
It begins with Swift climbing through her piano and emerging into a different world, where she meets a young man, and takes part in a magical ritual.
She later reunites with the man and walks away with him into a forest.
Evermore sees Swift reunite with her Folklore writing partners, including regular collaborator Jack Antonoff, Bon Iver, and The National’s Aaron Dessner.
On the song, “no body, no crime”, Swift teams up with US band HAIM.
Swift’s album Folklore is one of the most critically acclaimed of the year, and recently received a nomination for Album of the Year at the 2021 Grammy Awards.