Calvin Harris & John Newman Release New Breakup Song 'Ole,' Source Says It Was Written Months Before Taylor Sw

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Singer John Newman's new song "Ole," written and produced by Calvin Harris, is finally here.

The highly anticipated track was released Friday, and although the lyrics do reference a bitter breakup and infidelity, a source tells ET that the song was actually written months before Harris split from Taylor Swift. Previous reports speculated that the song was about Swift's new romance with actor Tom Hiddleston.

"My heart speaks/I ain't seen you or been with you for weeks/But I see online that you've begun to be/A good girl and take trips with your boyfriend/Being attentive, continue to pretend," Newman sings.

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Harris, 32, and Swift, 26, broke up in June. Swift hasn't been shy about moving on with 35-year-old Hiddleston, showing plenty of PDA in Nashville, London, Rome, and the singer's Rhode Island mansion over the Fourth of July holiday. The two touched down in Australia on Thursday, where Hiddleston is scheduled to begin shooting Thor: Ragnarok.

Meanwhile, Harris also appears to have moved on. Late last month, he posted a selfie to Snapchat of himself surrounded by brunette ladies on a yacht in Mexico.

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"It's all good," Harris also replied last month after asked by paparazzi about his thoughts on Hiddleswift. "She's doing her thing."

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