There's brand new Taylor Swift music video incoming, and fans will be able to watch it just before they wave good-bye to 2015. The singer will premiere the video for her next single "Out Of The Woods" on December 31 as part of Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve With Ryan Seacrest.
Taylor filmed the music video in Auckland, New Zealand, back in November, while she was on that side of the globe as part of her "1989" world tour. She and her team were criticized by local conservationists, though, after flouting filming regulations on Bethells Beach. They were told that they were only allowed to take two vehicles onto the sand to avoid disturbing the endangered dotterel bird species that reside there. However, according to reports, Taylor's production team took several large vehicles on to the beach.
"Park's not happy at all. We are trying to minimize vehicles on beaches for good reasons but at Bethells there are baby dotterels," Sandra Coney, the chairwoman of the Waitakere Ranges Local Board, posted on Facebook.
"We have developed a dotterel management plan as there is a heap of filming out there, and we welcome it as economic activity that should leave no footprint. But Taylor's lot did not respect the environment or the conditions of their consent."
"Out of the Woods" will be the sixth single to be released from Taylor's latest album 1989.
From: Digital Spy.
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