A video for a song on Taylor Swift’s new album “Folklore” includes a shout out to Sea Isle City!
Taylor Swift and her family have visited the Jersey Shore since she was a little girl, from Stone Harbor, Avalon and Sea Isle City. And now she’s cementing her love for the beaches of the Garden State in her new video for “Seven.”
According to NJ.com,
The song, “Seven,” written by Swift and Aaron Dessner, guitarist for The National, reminisces about childhood. A video for the song features a young Swift wearing a hooded Sea Isle City sweatshirt.
Swift’s family had a summer house on the bay in Stone Harbor. At 7, she was in the middle of her Jersey Shore years.
“I spent my summers at the Jersey Shore from the time I was 2 until we sold the house in Stone Harbor when I was 14,” Swift told The Philadelphia Inquirer in 2009. “It was a pretty magical place to grow up.”
Swift was born in West Reading, Pennsylvania.