Taylor Swift drops Cruel Summer's remix and live version as gratitude to her fans

    Taylor Swift has released the remix and live version of Cruel Summer as gratitude to her fans for making her concert movie a huge success. 

    Taylor Swift

    Taylor Swift

    As a token of gratitude to her fans who have given immense love to her concert movie, Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour, the songstress has now released the live and LP Giobbi version of her popular song ‘Cruel Summer.’ Taylor took to her social media handle to announce the same. She shared two delightful pictures with a heartfelt caption.

    Taylor Swift's social media post

    One picture has Taylor Swift lying down on a carpet laid on grass. She can be seen wearing a sleeveless blue dress with white floral prints with red lipstick. She can be seen holding her sunglasses in the lovely picture. In the other picture, she can be seen overlooking a picturesque view of the sunset. Take a look at the post.

    Taylor Swift's heartwarming message for her fans

    However, it was also her message to her fans while releasing the live and remix version of ‘Cruel Summer’ which grabbed all the attention. The ‘Love Story’ singer stated, “What a truly mind-blowing thing you’ve turned The Eras Tour Concert Film into. I’ve been watching videos of you guys in the theaters dancing and prancing and recreating choreography, creating inside jokes, casting spells, getting engaged, and just generally creating the exact type of joyful chaos we’re known for. One of my favorite things you’ve done was when you supported Cruel Summer SO much, I ended up starting The Eras Tour show with it. For old-time's sake, I’m releasing the live audio from the tour so we can all shriek it in the comfort of our homes and cars PLUS a brand-new remix by @lpgiobbi. Thank you, so much, forever, wow, just thank you.”

    ‘Cruel Summer’ is one of the many tracks that has been featured in Swift’s The Eras Tour movie. The film gives fans a visual extravaganza of her Eras Tour concert and was shot in the duration of her three Los Angeles shows. It has already become the top-grossing concert movie in North America.