Maggie Rogers lined Taylor Swift’s 2006 single “Tim McGraw,” lending her voice to the continuing Spotify Singles sequence on Wednesday (Dec. 12). She additionally re-recorded her latest hit “Light On” at Spotify Studios in New York City.
Rogers slowed down and stripped again Swift’s “Tim McGraw,” creating her personal indie interpretation of the nation hit. Rogers’ breathy vocals give the tune a young radiance as she sings over a delicate, rippling beat. "This tune is traditional songwriting at its best and has meant a lot to me for the final 10 years," Rogers shared in an Instagram post, together with a hilarious image of her face Photoshopped onto Swift's physique.
Swift shared an Instagram story of her personal, thanking Rogers for the duvet and calling it "heavenly."
Rogers additionally stripped down her single “Light On,” favoring simply an acoustic guitar and hushed piano, as a substitute of the tune’s unique folktronica manufacturing. Rogers delivers the tune’s lyrics with hushed depth, as she sings the deeply personal song that's in regards to the final two years of her life.
“Light On” is likely one of the 12-tracks that can be included on her main label debut Heard It in a Past Life, due out on Jan. 18. Rogers is presently on the street with Mumford & Sons, supporting the band on their Delta tour.
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@maggierogers WE LOVE QUEENS SUPPORTING QUEENS @taylorswift13 pic.twitter.com/MvoAqhDeu0— robyn---- (@lastswiftmas13) December 12, 2018