Taylor Swift announces she will be dropping four unreleased songs TONIGHT – hours before officially kicking off Eras Tour
Taylor Swift will be dropping four unreleased tracks tonight at midnight, just hours before officially kicking off her highly-anticipated Eras Tour.
‘In celebration of The Eras Tour I’m releasing 4 previously unreleased songs tonight at midnight,’ the pop icon, 33, announced on her Instagram Stories on Thursday.
The four tracks are Eyes Open (Taylor’s Version), Safe & Sound featuring Joy Williams and John Paul White (Taylor’s Version), If This Was A Movie (Taylor’s Version) and All Of The Girls You Loved Before.
The tracks Safe and Sound and Eyes Open both appeared on the Hunger Games companion album, while If This Was A Movie was featured on the deluxe edition of Speak Now.
Taylor will be embarking on her sixth headlining tour this Friday, with the U.S. leg set to begin in Glendale, Arizona before commencing in Los Angeles in August.
Sing it! Taylor Swift will be dropping four unreleased tracks tonight at midnight, just hours before officially kicking off her highly-anticipated Eras Tour
The tour comes months after Ticketmaster’s catastrophic pre-sale for her Eras Tour, which left pre-verified fans waiting in a virtual line for hours and others unable to purchase tickets at all.
The organization finally apologized to Swift and her fans, citing bot attacks and massive demand for leaving fans in a virtual line for hours and others unable to purchase tickets at all.
The controversy triggered a lawsuit from fans and a furious response from Swift herself.
Fortunately, Swift still had reason to celebrate last month after she made history at the Grammys yet again.
Swift won Best Music Video for her romantic drama, All Too Well: The Short Film making her the first person to win the category with a sole directing credit for their own music video.
‘I can’t put into words what this means to me. For The Recording Academy and my peers to acknowledge me as a director, and in doing so, acknowledge my work to try and reclaim my music… I’m blown away,’ Swift tweeted after the victory.
The Look What You Made Me Do singer also thanked ‘fans who willed this to happen.’
While she was not present to accept the trophy during a pre-televised portion of the 2023 Grammy Awards on Sunday night, her video co-producer, Saul Germaine made a speech.
Check it out! Swift announced the release of new songs on her Instagram Stories
Back on tour! Taylor will be embarking on her sixth headlining tour this Friday, with the U.S. leg set to in Glendale, Arizona before commencing in Los Angeles in August; pictured October 2021
‘It was an incredible honor to tell this story with you,’ he said of working with her as well as the short film’s stars, Sadie Sink and Dylan O’Brien.
It marked Swift’s 12th Grammy Award, after earning 46 nods through her career, which has spanned multiple genres and made her arguably the most famous pop star.
Over the past few years, Swift has begun to spend more time behind the camera as the sole director of her music videos The Man (2019), Cardigan (2020), Willow (2020), Anti-Hero (2022), and Bejeweled (2022).
In December, she announced her plans to direct her first feature for an original script that she wrote.
Her project will be produced by Searchlight Pictures, which is the studio behind a number of critically-acclaimed flicks, including Nomadland and The Shape of Water.
While the plot and casting remains tightly under wraps, Searchlight presidents David Greenbaum and Matthew Greenfield described the singer as ‘a once in a generation artist and storyteller.’
Making music history! Swift won Best Music Video for her romantic drama, All Too Well: The Short Film making her the first person to win the category with a sole directing credit for their own music video