Taylor Swift exited 2015 by chucking up some deuces and dropping a dirty music video for "Out of the Woods," the Jack Antonoff-produced track from her massive 1989 album. It's "dirty" in that Taylor actually gets quite messy in the vid, literally crawling through mud and dealing with all the elements at once.
And now, there's a behind-the-scenes featurette that chronicles it all, featuring director Joseph Kahn and Taylor herself dueling with the immovable forces of nature. The behind-the-scenes clip shows exactly what the crew (and what Taylor) endured to create the intense, metaphorical "Out of the Woods" video -- though if you ask me, it's just an excuse for her to look windblown and pensive in an exotic New Zealand landscape.
Or to hear her describe it in the video, "I'm bedraggled and also emotional... probably very hungry." But, hey, when the end result looks like this, that's not a bad thing at all.
Watch the whole thing below, and watch a presumably very clean (and likely glamorous) Taylor open up the Grammys with a performance on Monday, February 15.