Taylor Swift Shares Family Memories Growing Up on a 'Christmas Tree Farm' in New Video: Watch

Taylor Swift is helping her fans get into the holiday spirit this year with her brand new song "Christmas Tree Farm," which dropped at 12 a.m. on Friday (Dec. 6).   

The video for the track, which Swift announced in a tweet Thursday, features home footage of the pop and her family members celebrating the holidays. Cameos include mother Andrea Swift, father Scott Swift and brother Austin Swift, along with other family and friends.   

The video will also air on Good Morning America on Friday.  

Produced by Swift and Jimmy Napes, "Christmas Tree Farm" centers on Swift's childhood during the holidays. Swift, who grew up on a Christmas Tree farm called Pine Ridge Farm, wrote the song just last Sunday (Dec. 1), according to her reps.

This isn't the first time Swift has released Christmas music. In 2007, the singer released the Taylor Swift Holiday Collection EP, which featured covers of George Michael's "Last Christmas," "White Christmas," "Silent Night," "Santa Baby" and originals "Christmases When You Were Mine" and "Christmas Must Be Something More."

Swift will become the first-ever recipient of Billboard's Woman of the Decade Award at the 2019 Women in Music Event on Dec. 12.

Watch Swift's video for "Christmas Tree Farm" below.

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