The five best Taylor Swift music videos of all time

Taylor Swift is currently touring Australia, which means publications around the country are devoting article space to the pop star: where she’s eating, what she didn’t do at the shows (“what!? no special guests!?” – is this seriously newsworthy?), what she’s wearing, the incredible production that is accompanying her shows. But we at the AU wanted to take a moment to talk purely about the music.

We’ve gone through her impressive catalogue of music videos and ranked the five we consider to be her best, listed in order of their release… Enjoy the tunes (and a bit of a trip down memory lane) and enjoy the shows!

“Tim McGraw” off Taylor Swift (2006)

Taylor’s debut single may not be her most elaborate video ever, but it’s the moment so many of us were introduced to this talented performer – and because of that it’s stuck with us ever since…

“You Belong With Me” off Fearless (2008)

“Mean” off Speak Now (2010)

“We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together” off Red (2012)

“Bad Blood” off 1989 (2014)

Don’t miss Taylor Swift as she continues her epic tour around Australia. All shows are All Ages and tickets are on sale now – with limited tickets remaining (and some shows completely sold out).

Dec 05, 2015 – Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane
Dec 07, 2015 – Adelaide Entertainment Centre Arena, Adelaide
Dec 08, 2015 – Adelaide Entertainment Centre Arena, Adelaide
Dec 10, 2015 – AAMI Park, Melbourne – All Ages
Dec 11, 2015 – AAMI Park, Melbourne – All Ages
Dec 12, 2015 – AAMI Park, Melbourne – All Ages

For tickets and more details: http://www.frontiertouring.com/taylorswift

Songs chosen by Johnny Au

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Larry Heath

Founding Editor and Publisher of the AU review. You can follow him on Twitter @larry_heath or on Instagram @larryheath.

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