If Taylor Swift has taught us a lot of things. One of them is always to stay prepared for anything given announcement at any given point of time on any day. That’s just how it goes, we didn’t make the rules. With this, we are going to give our latest news regarding the upcoming re-recorded album ‘Red’.
Taylor Swift Album ‘Red’ Release date
Last month, Taylor Swift announced that her ‘Red’ album is going to release on November 19. But on Thursday she tweeted it is going to release a week early on November 12. Taylor Swift tweeted to share with fans, “Got some news that I think you’re gonna like – My version of Red will be out a week earlier than scheduled (including the 4 disc vinyl) on November 12th! Can’t wait to celebrate the 13th with you and our new/old autumn heartbreak album”.
There are going to be 30 songs on the album. One of them is 10 minutes long which is “All too well”.
Fans have already gotten to work out what this could all mean, assuming that an “All too well” music video will release on the 13th of November. Not only does this date coincide with Taylor’s coveted number 13 much better. But the album immediately came in trend on Twitter alongside ‘Adele’, as many fans were convinced that Taylor moved her date up after learning that Adele’s highly anticipated album was dropping on the 19th of November.
Reactions from TikTok about the Album
Even other celebrities also tweeting about Taylor Swift’s new album. Another theory involves yet another musical artist all thanks to these major tips from TikTok. As fans have noticed similarities with Taylor’s infamous ‘glitch’ in her “Wildest Dreams” TikTok as well as Nick Jonas’s recent TikTok video. In his follow-up video, Nick responded to fans who asked why the editing was so terrible. To which he scarfed down a slice of pizza with Taylor’s hit “me” playing in the background. Taylor then commented on the video writing iconic with a pizza emoji.
“In the land of heartbreak, moments of strength, independence, and devil-may-care rebellion are intricately woven together with grief, paralyzing vulnerability and hopelessness,”