As the release of 1989 (Taylor’s Version) gets closer, Taylor Swift has shared brand-new art about her latest album. Released on October 27, 1989 (Taylor’s Version) is a re-recorded album of 2014’s 1989 to gain complete ownership of her albums as a response to the dispute between Swift and Big Machine Records. The album follows the release of Speak Now (Taylor’s Version), which was released on July 27, and previous re-recordings, including Fearless (Taylor’s Version) and Red (Taylor’s Version).
On Twitter, Swift shared the back covers for the album alongside its vault-title tracks. Swift expressed her excitement at the album’s release while thanking her fans for their continuous support. Yesterday, a word-solving puzzle on Google that revealed the album’s missing vault tacks crashed hours after the game launched. The complete vault tracks are now found on the back covers. Check them out below:
October Will Be A Huge Month For Taylor Swift
In October, not only will Taylor Swift finally release her re-recording of 1989, after many months of high anticipation among fans; she will also be releasing a recorded version of Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour in cinemas across the United States and Canada. The filmed version of the concert has already shattered pre-sale expectations; on par with Avengers: Endgame and Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Within three hours of tickets sold, the film grossed over $26 million in pre-sales for AMC cinemas, beating the previous record of Spider-Man: No Way Home.
The Eras Tour is expected to gross over $70 to $100 million at the box office; making it the highest-grossing concert movie ever. Add 1989 (Taylor’s Version) coming out two weeks later, and Swift will possibly have one of her biggest if not the biggest, months in her career as an artist. For those who want to buy the album, it is now available for pre-order on Taylor Swift’s website. Tickets for The Eras Tour are on sale on AMC’s website in the United States.
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