Taylor Swift has taken to social media to share her love for Griff’s new song, ‘Vertigo.’ to share.
The multi-Grammy Award-winning pop star took to her Instagram page yesterday afternoon (September 4) to share a shot of the cover art for Griff’s new track and encourage her 271 million followers to rock it out.
“I love this damn griff,” he wrote above the illustration, linking to the 22-year-old English singer-songwriter’s thoughtful new track.
Unsurprisingly, the musician was quick to note the reference in Swift’s Stories, also taking to her Instagram page to share a screenshot of the post, writing the caption: “Wow!!! It’s happening! Happening! No I have a word.”
In a subsequent post, she posted a selfie of herself celebrating the moment, urging all her followers to “do what the queen says and listen to ‘Vertigo’.”
According to a press release, Griff’s new single is “an appropriately giddy and utterly undeniably beautiful return to a young woman just stepping into her power,” and seeks to capture the vagueness that comes with being in your 20s.
“The song]refers to an emotional state: always feeling upside down. Experiencing love and growing up, I always feel like the world and my emotions are spinning faster than I can keep up with it,” Griff said of the inspiration behind the new track. . “‘Vertigo’ is the beginning of a new creative chapter for me, and I’m excited to all embark on this journey together.”
The artist – whose real name is Sarah Faith Griffiths – is currently working on her long-awaited debut album, the follow-up to ‘One Foot In Front Of The Other’, the mixtape she shared in 2021.
This isn’t the first time the singer-songwriter has linked up with Swift. According to Billboard, the two reunited at the 2021 Brit Awards, where Griff was named Rising Star of the Year, while Swift took home the Global Icon award. Swift also shared her love for Griff’s song ‘Shade Of Yellow’, describing it as an “amazing” song.
In the time since the release of his mixtape two years ago, Griff has gone on to collect the NME Radar Award at the 2022 NME BandLab Awards.
His “Head On Fire” co-star, Sigrid, presented the award. “I consider it a privilege to be able to do this every day,” declared Griff upon receiving the award.
The pair also spoke to NME about their performance at the event and the “normal friendship” that has blossomed because of it.
“I think we are real friends. I think it arose from the fact that we really got along, and when we went into the studio, it wasn’t that we wanted to write a collaboration, it was that we just wanted to to hang. out,” Griff said on the red carpet. at that moment. “Hopefully that’s changed… It’s not a collaborative effort that the industry has set up.”