Taylor Swift gave her OG fans a moment of nostalgia by pulling out an old favorite at her Detroit concert on Tuesday night (Aug. 28). The pop star performed “Jump Then Fall” for the first time in eight years, as the bubbly love song appeared on the 2008 re-release of her smash album Fearless.
“This tour is the most fun I’ve ever had in my whole life,” she said to Ford Field, noting that there are only nine stops left in her Reputation stadium tour. “And one of the things that’s been so fun about it is I’ve been getting to have a moment with you guys of just me and a guitar and you…I’ve been doing different songs than I ever usually do, some I haven’t played in a really long time.”
Swift has been playing one throwback favorite at every tour stop so far. “Our Song,” “Fifteen” and “Teardrops On My Guitar” were among the chosen jams. Watch her “Jump Then Fall” performance below.