Taylor Swift has announced the release of “1989 (Taylor’s Version)”, the fourth re-recording of her old albums, the second in 2023.
Taylor Swift has announced the release of “1989 (Taylor Version)”. which will be released on October 27, the same day that the original version was released, that is, exactly nine years after the debut. For the American singer-songwriter, this will be the fourth re-recorded album after “Fearless (Taylor version)” and “Red (Taylor version)” released in 2021 and “Speak Now (Taylor version)” released a few months ago: The announcement took place during the last US leg of the year at the Eras Tour at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles, prior to social confirmation. The original album was released in 2014 and contained singles that marked his musical history such as “Shake It Off”, “Blank Space” and “Bad Blood”.
Preview “1989 (Taylor Version)”
“Surprise !! 1989 (Taylor’s version) is coming!” wrote the singer-songwriter on social media, explaining how important this work is to her and her career: “The 1989 album has changed my life in countless ways, and I am excited to announce that my version will be released on October 27th. Honestly, this is my FAVORITE re-recording I’ve ever done because the tracks on the 5 new songs are so crazy. I can’t believe they were ever left behind. But it won’t be long! You can already pre-order 1989 (Taylor’s version).” During the concert, Swift showed on the screen behind her the cover of the new album, which shows a smiling singer, and seagulls behind her.
Why is Taylor Swift re-recording her albums?
Of course, the publication of this new version is not a surprise., given that Swift has announced she wants to do this with all the albums in the Big Machine Record catalog sold in 2019 to Scooter Braun — the agent for artists like Justin Bieber, Ariana Grande and J Balvin — with whom the singer had an affair. fight and who he turned out to be the owner of the masters. to restore her work, so Swift decided to re-record these albums, embellishing them with new songs and videos. And the operation was a success, as all new releases debuted at the top of the album charts, also shedding light on albums from the past.