After the success of "Shake It Off," Taylor Swift has released her new track from her upcoming album "1989." Titled "Out Of The Woods," the song is rumored to be inspired by her ex-boyfriend Harry Styles of One Direction.

While she did not comment about Styles during a recent interview with Rolling Stone, Swift sang some lyrics of the song, "Remember when you hit the brakes too soon, twenty stitches in a hospital room," and revealed it was inspired by a snowmobile accident.

According to the 24-year-old "The Voice" coach, her then boyfriend, who she did not name, lost control and they both had to go to the emergency room but she was "not as hurt."

About the lyrics of the song she co-wrote with Lena Dunham's boyfriend Jack Antonoff, Swift also said, "Every day was a struggle. Forget making plans for life. We were just trying to make it to next week."

On Oct. 13, Monday, Swift appeared on "Good Morning America" to promote "Out Of The Woods," which she described as one of her favorite songs in "1989," Entertainmentwise reported.

"I wanted to make sure that these songs sounded exactly the way that the emotions felt when I felt them," Swift said of the songs in her upcoming album.

In particular, Swift said "Out Of The Woods" is about "the fragility and kind of breakable nature of some relationships."

She also recently appeared on "The Graham Norton Show" where she brought a photo of Olivia Benson, one of her two pet cats, ABC News reported.

Along with Swift was another guest, John Cleese, who was surprised to see the photo of her cat.

"Is it damaged? That's the weirdest cat I've ever seen in my life," commented Cleese, who played nearly headless Nick in two "Harry Potter" films and will voice a character in the 2015 film "Absolutely Anything."

The host flashed a photo of Cleese's oversized cat, which made Swift so surprised that she said, "It's a monster!"