Taylor Swift is back but is her new single any good?

q This's Raina Douris and Odario Williams review pop star Taylor Swift's new single, and discuss new albums by Queens of the Stone Age and The War on Drugs.
The trial of a lawsuit between Taylor Swift and David Mueller, a former radio host she accuses of groping her, began on Monday in U.S. District Court in Denver. (Evan Agostini/Invision/Associated Press)

Every week, CBC Radio 2's Raina Douris and Grand Analog frontman Odario Williams joins Tom Power for q This, a panel discussion about the latest releases in the world of music. 

This week, they tackle the new single by Taylor Swift. Yesterday, the pop star dropped a new single, "Look What You Made Me Do," after days of teasing the internet with cryptic videos on her Instagram account. Swift's new album, Reputation, will come out on Nov. 10, but till then, we're asking our guests and fans: What do you think of Swift's new song?

Also, Raina and Odario bring in their picks for albums to check out this week. Today, they will talk about The War on Drugs and Queens of the Stone Age. 

What music are you loving right now? Share with us in the comments, on Twitter or on Facebook! 


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