Joe Alwyn opens up about writing songs with his girlfriend Taylor Swift.
In a new interview, the 31-year-old Conversations with friends The actor opened up about how accidental it was that they wrote together and what it was like.
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“It really was the most accidental thing to happen during lockdown. It wasn’t like, ‘It’s three o’clock, time to write a song!’ It was just messing around on a piano and singing badly and being heard and then thinking, you know, what if we try to end it together?” Jo Told Hype GQ.
“Send it to justin [Vernon] with the idea of dueting and getting vocal notes of him singing on top of everything and it was surreal. It was an advantage of the lockdown,” he added.
Jo was credited to Folklore and Still on five songs – “exile”, “betty”, “champagne problems”, “coney island” and “evermore” – under the pseudonym Guillaume Bowery.
“The idea was for people to just listen to the music rather than focusing on the fact that we wrote it together,” he explained. “It was fun to do it together and I was proud of it. It was nice to have such a positive reception.
If you recall, “exile” was then nominated for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance at the Grammy Awards 2021while folklore was nominated for Best Pop Vocal Album and it won Album of the Year. Next year, still was nominated for Album of the Year.
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