Taylor Swift explained the new album, introduced early Friday morning, as a “sister” album to her previous surprise launch, “Folklore.”
Taylor Swift lovers are receiving a double cause to celebrate this yr — the singer-songwriter just released her next album in 2020.
“Evermore” was unveiled at midnight eastern time Friday early morning, which she describes as a “sister” album to her other 2020 release, “Folklore.”
“To put it plainly, we just could not prevent creating tunes,” Swift wrote in social media posts Thursday morning. “I’ve by no means performed this prior to. In the previous I have normally treated albums as a single-off eras and moved onto setting up the next 1 immediately after an album was introduced.”
The initial one, “Willow,” also will come with a new music movie directed by Swift
Taylor discovered the track listing Thursday for the 15-track new album and mentioned that some of the friends are Haim, The Nationwide and Bon Iver.
Swift turns 31 on Sunday.
“Folklore,” introduced this summer season, liked 3 separate visits to No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart and turned the very first album to offer a million copies in the U.S. in 2020.
On Instagram, Swift stated functioning on “Folklore” was distinctive than her prior albums and she just held crafting tracks. “I felt much less like I was departing and additional like I was returning. I cherished the escapism I observed in these imaginary/not imaginary tales,” she wrote.
“I loved the strategies you welcomed the dreamscapes and tragedies and epic tales of really like lost and discovered into your life. So I just stored writing them.”
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