Official Music Video of Safe and Sound by Taylor Swift ft. Civil Wars in MTV

Today is a very special day for all Hunger Games and Taylor Swift fans out there. The first single of the Hunger Games soundtrack, which is “Hunger Games: Songs from District 12 and Beyond,” has premiered an official video already. I present you, Taylor Swift and Civil Wars’ official music video for “Safe and Sound.” But wait!!! See the video for an exclusive interview by MTV News with Taylor Swift. Watch as she answers several Twitter questions from fans. Enjoy.


The Official Music Video of Safe and Sound by Taylor Swift and Civil Wars

Taylor on the Safe and Sound Video

“It’s so crazy to see it finished and see it premiering on TV,” Swift says.

What If Taylor Swift Were In A Real-Life ‘Hunger Games’

“Honestly, I think I would just be the person who runs and hides,” Swift says.

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Civil Wars Gushes About “Safe and Sound” with Taylor Swift for the Hunger Games Soundtrack

Here is an article featuring Civil Wars’ experience working with Taylor Swift for the Hunger Games soundtrack “Safe and Sound.” 
What it like working with Taylor Swift on your song together for “The Hunger Games”?
White:  How that happened is we were out on the West Coast touring. We had already worked on a song with T-Bone Burnett on an original song for that soundtrack. Taylor had become fan and friend of ours and kept in touch. When they found out we were close by and she and T-Bone were getting ready to write a song for “The Hunger Games” they decided to give us a call and see if we wanted to do it with them, which worked out pretty well. We went to Los Angeles, went over, and a couple hours later the song was finished, and maybe an hour and a half later we had finished tracking guitars and all the vocals and went out and did our show that night.
Civil Wars is composed of Paul White and Joy Williams. (see image above)

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Watch out for the video premiere of Taylor Swift and Civil Wars’ “Safe and Sound” at MTV on February 13, 2012 (ET). Click here to find out more.