A safe full of letters and irritating music – a new video from pop star Taylor Swift is intriguing her fans.

Los Angeles (AP) – American pop star Taylor Swift (31) intrigues her fans with a video for her new album “Red (Taylor’s Version)”.

The short video footage, which Swift posted to Twitter and Instagram on Thursday (local time), shows a safe opening and exiting of the letters that – apparently – form incomprehensible words. In addition, the song can be heard as if it was played backwards. The singer vaguely writes: “… press send”, “laughs madly” and “Level: carelessly cruel in the name of honesty”.

Fans shared photos on social media of their attempts to form meaningful terms or names in the mess of letters in the video. Swift announced in June that their 2012 album “Red” will be released on November 19 in a new recorded version. The new album contains 30 songs, one of which is ten minutes long.

“Red (Taylor’s Version)” is Swift’s eleventh album. In April, the multiple Grammy winner released a new edition of her album “Fearless”.

In 2019, Swift announced that she wanted to re-record old music as “Taylor’s Version” after a dispute over the musical rights to her previous albums. Between 2006 and 2017, the singer released her first six studio albums on Big Machine before moving on to Universal Music. There was then a bitter dispute over the rights to these albums.