A few weeks after starring in her first advertisement for Apple Music, singer Taylor Swift has partnered with Apple again on a second ad for its streaming music service. In the video, which Swift tweeted earlier this morning, the singer again showcases Apple Music’s “Activity Playlists” feature by focusing on the “Getting Ready to Go Out” category this time around.

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At the beginning of the video, Swift navigates to a collection of songs under the “Jukebox Hits: 00s Alternative Rock” playlist and chooses Jimmy Eat World’s song “The Middle” as her background music. She mentions that she “used to listen to this in middle school” and begins lip syncing the lyrics in front of a mirror.

After Swift’s dance-filled jam session comes to a close, the ad ends with the tagline that Apple Music has “every song for every moment,” and reminds those who have yet to sign up that the service has a three month free trial available to any new member.

Swift’s partnership with Apple on its new Apple Music ads comes nearly a year after the much-publicized dispute between the two, which began when the singer penned an open letter to Apple about its policy of not paying artists during the three month free trial for the streaming service. After Apple reversed course, Swift’s best-selling album 1989 appeared on the service, and she eventually even launched an exclusive tour documentary for Apple Music in December.

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