​There's a St. Vincent Collaboration on Taylor Swift's New Album 'Lover'

They are joining forces for the song "Cruel Summer"
​There's a St. Vincent Collaboration on Taylor Swift's New Album 'Lover'
Taylor Swift may have shared the tracklisting for Lover, but there are still some rumoured guest appearances that have yet to be confirmed. One that is for sure, though, is a collaboration with St. Vincent.
Annie Clark co-wrote the song "Cruel Summer," which appears as the second song on the album. Mutual collaborator Jack Antonoff also gets a credit on the song.
Clark and Swift haven't recorded together before, though St. Vincent was one of the guests that Swift brought out during her "1989 World Tour." Along with Beck, they performed "Dreams" in Los Angeles back in 2015.

They also snapped an adorable pic together backstage in 2012.
Other rumoured guest appearances on Lover include Drake and the Dixie Chicks (according to fan theories about possible Easter eggs).
They have yet to be confirmed and don't appear on the officially writing credits of the album, but we'll know for sure tomorrow (August 23) when the album arrives.