Taylor Swift reveals new release date for re-recorded ‘Red’ album


Grammy-winning singer-songwriter Taylor Swift surprised fans by telling them that “Red (Taylor’s Version)” will be released a week earlier than expected. The re-recorded album will now be released on November 12. The singer shared the news via a tweet on Thursday. She wrote: “I have news that I think you are going to love – My version of Red is coming out a week earlier than expected (including 4 disc vinyl) on November 12th! I can’t wait to celebrate the 13th with you and our new / old fall heartbreak album. “

Swift also updated her Twitter bio with the new release date, which already included the lyrics to “Red” fan favorite song “22”: “Happy, Free, Confused, and Lonely at the Same Time.” November 12, 2021. ”The“ State of Grace ”singer teased fans and even hinted at releasing her“ 1989 ”album after putting“ Wildest Dreams (Taylor’s Version) ”on the streaming services earlier this month. this month.

Regarding the release of ‘Red’, the singer shared a video of scrambled letters floating out of a safe for her fans to decipher the list of 30 songs from the re-released album. With it, she revealed that a 10-minute version of “All Too Well” is on the way, as well as several star-studded collaborations on “From the Vault” songs. According to People magazine, Phoebe Bridgers will join Swift on ‘Nothing New’, Chris Stapleton will appear on ‘I Bet You Think About Me’ and Ed Sheeran – who previously appeared on the album ‘Everything Has Changed’ – also sings with Swift on ‘Run’.

Other songs “from the vault” include “Better Man”, “Babe”, “Message in a Bottle”, “Forever Winter” and “The Very First Night”. The album will also feature the previously released song “Ronan”, inspired by Ronan Thompson, a 4-year-old who died of cancer. The singer’s decision to re-record her songs came after Scooter Braun bought Swift’s former record label Big Machine, a move that saw her take control of the masters of her first six albums. He then sold the masters for $ 300 million to Shamrock Holdings in November.

Swift said that although the private equity firm contacted her after their purchase, she refused to work with them because Braun’s Ithaca Holdings would still enjoy her old music for “many years.” Originally released in October 2012, ‘Red’ featured massive hits including ‘Everything Has Changed’, ‘We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together’ and ’22’.

Many fans believe the breakup album was partially inspired by Taylor’s relationship with Jake Gyllenhaal. The re-recording of ‘Red’ comes after Taylor released ‘Fearless (Taylor’s Version)’ in April, which debuted at # 1 on the Billboard 200 charts. (ANI)

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