Taylor Swift described the brand new album, launched early Friday morning, as a “sister” album to her earlier shock launch, “Folklore.”
Taylor Swift followers are getting a double cause to rejoice this 12 months — the singer-songwriter simply launched her second album in 2020.
“Evermore” was launched at midnight jap time Friday morning, which she describes as a “sister” album to her different 2020 launch, “Folklore.”
“To place it plainly, we simply couldn’t cease writing songs,” Swift wrote in social media posts Thursday morning. “I’ve by no means performed this earlier than. Prior to now I’ve all the time handled albums as one-off eras and moved onto planning the following one after an album was launched.”
The primary single, “Willow,” additionally comes with a brand new music video directed by Swift.
She additionally launched a number of lyric movies on her YouTube channel for the opposite songs.
Taylor revealed the observe listing Thursday for the 15-song new album and famous that among the friends are Haim, The Nationwide and Bon Iver.
Swift turns 31 on Sunday.
“Folklore,” launched this summer time, loved three separate visits to No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart and have become the primary album to promote 1,000,000 copies within the U.S. in 2020.
On Instagram, Swift mentioned engaged on “Folklore” was totally different than her earlier albums and he or she simply saved writing songs. “I felt much less like I used to be departing and extra like I used to be returning. I liked the escapism I discovered in these imaginary/not imaginary tales,” she wrote.
“I liked the methods you welcomed the dreamscapes and tragedies and epic tales of affection misplaced and located into your lives. So I simply saved writing them.”
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