Taylor Swift continues to treat fans when it comes to Midnights debut single “Anti-Hero,” and the star unveiled a new version of the track, a Roosevelt remix, on Wednesday (November 9).
“The Anti-Hero (Roosevelt remix) makes me feel hyped enough for an imaginary funeral brawl,” Swift wrote on Twitter, along with a clip from her “Anti-Hero” music video, in which her future children and her daughter-in-law face off while letting the Grammy-winning superstar rest.
The song is currently only available as a digital single for purchase on Swift’s website. However, the previously released Bleachers collaborative version of the track was made available on streaming services the day after its release.
“Anti-Hero” spends a second week this week at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 song chart. A week earlier, it debuted at the top, as Swift made history as the first artist to claim the entire top 10 of the survey in a single image.
The single also posted a second week at the top of the streaming songs chart; jumps 9-4 on digital song sales; and dives 13-14 on Radio Songs. (As previously reported, this week Billboard broadcast boards are the first to use data monitored by Mediabase; this week’s Radio Songs chart incorporates data from the former BDS monitoring service from October 28-30 and Mediabase from October 31-November 31. 3, with Mediabase data to feed the survey in the future).