Taylor Swift’s Remake of “Look What You Made Me Do” Features Brother Austin

Taylor Swift. Photo by John Salangsang/BFA/REX/Shutterstock (9686654di)

Taylor Swift is starting to re-record all her songs released while under Big Machine, but we never expected for her brother Austin to help her out with the project.

The siblings alleged cover of “Look What You Made Me Do” was featured on Sunday night’s episode of Killing Eve, and fans speculated that the song was featuring Swift’s brother Austin. Here we go again with Swift and Easter eggs…

Swift wrote on Twitter that she was “very stoked” about the moody new version of “Look What You Made Me Do,” crediting the unknown act Jack Leopards & The Dolphin Club. Credits on Killing Eve showed the song’s co-producers are Jack Antonoff and “Nils Sjöberg,” the pseudonym Swift used when she co-wrote “This Is What You Came For” for Rihanna with Calvin Harris in 2016.

Fans recalled that Swift’s brother, Austin, once had “The Dolphin Club” as his Twitter handle which was based on a childhood photo of him wearing a T-shirt with those words. The same photo is actually the cover art for the new track with a square block placed over Austin’s face.

Swift also said in a report published in February that she asked Killing Eve executive producer Phoebe Waller-Bridge at the Golden Globes if Austin could sing on the show’s soundtrack. The Swift siblings were photographed late last year with Antonoff in a studio which was before Swift made the request to Waller-Bridge.

Check out the recording below.