It's become pretty universally understood that 1989 is all about Taylor Swift's relationship with Harry Styles, which ended in 2013.
And in an interview with Rolling Stone in September, Taylor all but confirmed these rumours when she discussed the song "Style".
And now the video has dropped, and there are all kinds of Harry Styles references, as if to confirm once and for all that there are indeed several tracks on the album about him. First, we have to turn to another track from 1989: "Out of the Woods".
There's been a lot of speculation that this song was about Harry too, and in particular whether the necklace Taylor references in the song belongs to Harry – something he wore constantly back in 2012.
And, during their relationship, Taylor was spotted wearing the pendant.
Crucially, however, Taylor has never commented on the rumours about the lyrics and hasn't been seen wearing the pendant since they split. Until the "Style" video where the EXACT SAME NECKLACE appears within the first minute.
But the actual meaning of "Out of the Woods" is interesting too. Taylor has previously said the song is metaphor for worrying about the future of a relationship and whether it would last.
She said: "I wrote that about a time in my life where I was in a relationship and it just kind of, I was always wondering, 'Where do we stand? What are we?' It's the anxiety, that frantic anxiety of wondering if you're on solid ground yet. This was a relationship living day by day, wondering where it was going, if it was going to go anywhere, if it was going to end the next day, where you never feel like you're standing on solid ground. Even if a relationship is breakable and fragile and full of
anxiety it doesn't mean that it isn't worthwhile, exciting, beautiful and all the things that we look for."