Ed Sheeran has revealed that he and Taylor Swift have already rerecorded their 2012 hit duet Everything Has Changed for the upcoming Red (Taylor's Version).
The English artist shared the news in an interview with radio show The Official Big Top 40, as he's also been promoting his comeback single Bad Habits.
“I’ve already done it. I’ve already recorded it. Yeah, we’ve done it," Sheeran confirmed after a fan asked whether he and Taylor would rerecord the ballad. Sheeran didn't go into any more details of their reunion, though he did share that Taylor's second remastered album would continue to delight dedicated Swifties.
"Taylor’s got a few surprises in store for you, I’ll say that."
Red (Taylor's Version) is set for a November 2021 release, with Swift revealing that there will be over 30 tracks and a 10-minute version of a still-undisclosed track. Fans have been quick to claim that the mystery extended song will be All Too Well, the emotional track she wrote in the midst of her breakup with actor Jake Gyllenhaal.
Meanwhile, Everything Has Changed tells the story of a lost love found again, with Swift and Sheeran portraying parents to their lookalike children in the 2013 music video.