During her tour in LA, Taylor Swift introduces ‘1989’ as her next re-recorded album.
Taylor Swift’s latest album, “Speak Now,” is a comprehensive re-recorded version of the song that features six songs from her 2010 album.
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“Taylor’s Version” of her pop success “1989” is set to be released by Swift on October 27th.
Swift’s stunning announcement was made on 8/9, which coincided with the end of her Eras tour at SoFi Stadium near Los Angeles. The tour will make its way through South America, Japan, Australia, and Europe and return for more North American shows in October 2024.
Swift announced the release by using the opening of the slot reserved for her “surprising” songs and jokingly remarking, “It’s the last night of my tour in the eighth month and the ninth day of that month.”
With a smile on her face, she left the microphone and played her guitar over her shoulder while the audience cheered with excitement as she gestured to the video screen with the album information. Swift had previously labeleD the release as “my most favorite rerecord I’ve ever done.”
“Taylor’s Version” will consist of 21 songs, five of which were previously unreleased and taken from the vault.
Naturally, she presented one of the album’s bonus tracks, “New Romantics,” as a surprise.
The songs Taylor Swift performed during her Eras tour are included.
The reissued release of “1989,” which she named after her birth year, was preceded by the debut of “Speak Now (Taylor’s Version)” in July. This album became the 12th album to reach the top of the Billboard 200 and made Swift the female artist with the most No. 1 albums in chart history (surpassed only Barb Streisand 11).
Swift’s career underwent a significant change as she won the album of the year and best pop vocal album at the 2016 Grammy Awards for “1989,” which saw her transition from country to pop with “Red” in 2012. With Max Martin, Shellback, Jack Antonoff, and Ryan Tedder writing most of their co-writing and production on hits like “Blank Space,” ‘Shake it Off,” “Out of The Woods” and “David Foxx”, the project showcased Swift’s transformation into op.
The remastered version of “1989” is the fourth in Swift’s catalog and was released as “Taylor’S Version,” which she began using to regain her artistic rights after selling her original master recordings in 2020. Other tracks include “Fearless,” “Red,” and “Speak Now.”
‘Taylor’s Version’ from her 2010 album, reissued with the hit riff ‘Speak Now’.