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Taylor Swift unveils ‘1989 (Taylor’s Version)’ vault tracks

by Joanna Deala

AMERICAN singer-songwriter Taylor Swift had a fun and engaging way to deliver updates to Swifties about her forthcoming album 1989 (Taylor’s Version).

The 12-time Grammy winner collaborated with Google to release a puzzle game to challenge her fans from different parts of the world to guess the titles of the new tracks in her album. 

And after millions participated in the game, the names of the tracks from the vault have been revealed! 

The 33-year-old singer would definitely not leave Swifties hanging.

Still with the help of Google, Swift revealed the new titles in the 1989 (Taylor’s Version) album. 

Once a user searches for “Taylor Swift” on Google, a blue vault would appear again. Clicking on it would play an audio message from Swift congratulating the user for unlocking the 1989 (Taylor’s Version) vault.

She then reveals the titles of the new songs, which are: Is It Over Now?, Now That We Don’t Talk, Say Don’t Go, and Suburban Legends.

Photo courtesy: Screenshot from Google

“Can’t wait for you to hear them,” she adds.

Swift also announced the new tracks on X and revealed that the fifth new song in the album is called Slut.

“I can’t wait for this one to be out, seriously,” she wrote.

She thanked fans who tried their best to guess the titles.

“Thank you for playing along, sleuthing, puzzling and making these reveals so much chaotic fun (which is the best kind of fun, after all),” she said.

The release of the 1989 (Taylor’s Version) album was first announced on August 10. 

Swift said that this is her “most favorite” re-recorded album because the five new tracks are “so insane.”

The album is set to be released on October 27, but fans can now pre-order it.

1989 (Taylor’s Version)

1989 (Taylor’s Version) will be available in digital album, CD, cassette, and vinyl, according to Swift’s official website.

The special edition Vinyl has four color variants, which are rose garden pink, aquamarine green, sunrise boulevard yellow, and crystal skies blue.

Priced at $31.89, the special edition vinyl includes an album jacket and album sleeves with lyrics and “never-before-seen” photos.

The special edition vinyl is available until September 22 or while supplies last.

Meanwhile, the CD version costs $12.89, inclusive of a collectible lyric booklet with never-before-seen photos, a double-sided foldable poster, a full size photograph of Swift, and a print of the original handwritten lyrics of “Welcome to New York.”

The cassette version is priced at $19.89, while the digital album version costs $11.89.

Shipment of the album is only available to customers with an address in the United States.



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