Within hours of starting her first tour in five years, The Eras Tour, the singer gave her fans four never-before-released songs.
Hours away from starting their first tour in five yearssinger Taylor Swift surprised his fans with a special announcement featuring new music. On his social media, he confirmed that at midnight this friday (one in the morning in Argentina) will leave four previously unreleased songs.
“In celebration of the Eras Tour, I’m releasing four never-before-released songs at midnight today.”. The songs are part of the re-recording of Swift’s first albums and one was even written during his was “Lover” and never released. They are: “Eyes Open (Taylor’s Version)”, “Safe & Sound (Ft. 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”.
This last song is a previously unreleased song that was considered for the 2019 Lover album. The song leaked in January of this year and quickly went viral on TikTokcausing fans to ask seas its official release.
The release includes two songs for the soundtrack of the Hunger Games films., which fans weren’t sure if they would be reshot. “If We Were A Movie”, meanwhile, is part of an unannounced deluxe version of the album “Speak Now”which many fans speculate it could be the next record Swift re-records and re-releases.
The Eras Tour is the new international tour which will begin this Friday the American singer. SYour first concert will be in Glendale (Arizona, USA) who will change its name to Swift CityDuring two days.
midnightshis last album released in October, led Swift to become the first music artist to conquer the top 10 top 100 songs list Billboard Hot 100. Besides, the album was the most listened to on Spotify in a single day.
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