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Jack Antonoff calls producing Taylor Swift’s 10-minute “All Too Well” the “honor of a lifetime”

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Count Jack Antonoff among the many, many people excited about Taylor Swift‘s Red (Taylor’s Version).

The newly re-recorded edition of the pop star’s beloved 2012 album Red is out today. With it comes an expanded, 10-minute version of the fan-favorite tune “All Too Well,” which Antonoff co-produced with Swift.

“Honor of a lifetime to produce the 10 minute version of ‘All Too Well,'” Antonoff tweeted early Friday morning. He also shared his love for the songs “Babe” and “Forever Winter,” which he also co-produced, but added that “All Too Well” “needed its own tweet.”

A short film accompanying the 10-minute “All Too Well” will premiere Friday night at 7 p.m. ET.

Red (Taylor’s Version) also features production from The National‘s Aaron Dessner, who previously worked with Swift on her 2020 albums folklore and evermore, as well as a collaboration with Phoebe Bridgers on the track “Nothing New.”

“I just am so excited to have people take it at face value the day that it comes out, because I got teary recording it,” Bridgers told Billboard of the song. “I just couldn’t be more excited.”

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