Birds Of Tokyo Cover Taylor Swift's ‘Blank Space’

Birds Of Tokyo Cover Taylor Swift’s ‘Blank Space’

As Taylor Swift’s Australian leg of her Era’s Tour captures hearts across the nation, Triple M takes a unique step to celebrate the pop icon’s influence on music. In an unprecedented move, the station brings together the grit of Australian rock with the polished tunes of Taylor Swift. With the launch of Triple M’s Versions, listeners are treated to a series of never-before-heard covers by some of Australia’s most revered rock artists, including Paul Kelly, The Screaming Jets, Ian Moss, Sarah McLeod, Diesel, British India, and Joe Camilleri, culminating in a special rendition of ‘Blank Space’ by Birds of Tokyo.

Bridging Generations Through Music

Triple M, traditionally known for its rock-centric playlist, ventures into uncharted territory with Triple M’s Versions. This initiative showcases the versatility of rock musicians and their ability to interpret the storytelling prowess of Taylor Swift’s pop anthems. Birds of Tokyo’s cover of ‘Blank Space’ stands out as a testament to the transformative power of music, bridging the gap between genres and generations.

The Swift Influence: More Than Just Pop

Interestingly, Triple M has never played Taylor Swift’s music. However, recognizing her as one of the biggest artists globally and acknowledging her songwriting skills, the station has decided to honor her artistry. The inclusion of Swift’s hits, reimagined by Australia’s rock legends, underlines the deep respect these artists have for her storytelling. It’s an opportunity for listeners to experience Swift’s music through a new lens, proving that beneath the catchy pop beats lie narratives rich with emotion and depth.

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Bridging Musical Worlds

At Triple M, we’ve never been known to play Taylor Swift, but her global influence cannot be ignored. The collaboration between Australian rock legends and Swift’s iconic tunes is a testament to the universal appeal of her music. Through Triple M’s Versions, we aim to bridge the gap between the biggest pop star on the planet and the beloved rock legends that have shaped the Australian music scene for decades.

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