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Taylor Swift She is surprising her fans with some new songs.
On Thursday, the Grammy winner revealed she would be dropping four previously unreleased songs at midnight era travel Begins on Friday.
“In celebration of The Eras Tour, I’m releasing 4 previously unreleased songs tonight at midnight,” Swift, 33, wrote on her Instagram story.
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Four songs in question? “Eyes Open (Taylor’s Version)”; “Safe & Sound (Taylor’s Version)” featuring joy williams And John Paul White from civil wars; “If This Were a Movie (Taylor’s Version)”; and “All the Girls You’ve Loved Before.”
Swift originally wrote and recorded “Eyes Open” and “Safe and Sound”, which previously featured Williams and White. civil war broke out For hunger games soundtrack in 2012.
Prior to this, “If This Was a Movie” was released as a bonus track on the deluxe edition of their 2010 album Speak now,
The song “All the Girls You’ve Loved Before” has been heard as never before in Swift’s discography.
On Thursday, the musician also gave fans a glimpse of his upcoming Eras Tour photos from rehearsalWriting on Instagram, “In my era’s era. 💅”
Along with those snaps, Swift shared some adorable behind-the-scenes shots of her getting ready for the tour.
On one of his Instagram stories, he held up a backstage pass that read, “DOH Pass (headliner’s father) All Access.”
She wrote above the photo, “Credited for my dad’s visit, we are a small family business.”
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In another post, Swift shared a photo of what appears to be her mother andrea And father scott adorning his white guitar, asking fans who made him “Crystallize Eras Tour bold Guitar,” with multiple choice answers.
She gave the following options: “a) artisans and finely trained craftsmen b) a professional musical instrument maker c) my parents with super glue and a free afternoon.”
On the next slide, she jokingly wrote, “…it’s not a C,” as her parents decorated the instrument with Swift’s lucky number 13.
Swift rocked a crystal-covered guitar for the 2009–2010 tour of her Grammy-winning album bold,
In November, the singer-songwriter announced that she would hit the road again We have their upcoming tour dates Following the release of her 10th studio album, Midnight,
“I’m thrilled to announce our next tour: Taylor Swift | era travelA journey through the musical eras (past and present!) of my career,” Swift wrote on social media.
A few days later, he announced eight new tour datesBrought a total of 35 shows.
“Um. Looks like I’ll get to see more of your pretty faces than I expected before… We are adding 8 shows to tourSwift wrote on Twitter.
Mayor Jerry P. Weathers temporarily opened The Eras Tour in Glendale, Arizona, in Swift’s honor on Friday. Glendale renamed Swift City,
“And therefore, I, Jerry P. Weathers, Mayor of the City of Glendale, on behalf of our City Council, announce that on March 17 and 18, 2023, the City of Glendale will be renamed Swift City,” he said Monday. said at a formal press conference, per Board,
“And all Swifties are encouraged to share the smile that can light up this whole town on all social media platforms because the best people in life are free,” she added.