Taylor Swift dropping four new songs

One track has been previously unrelaesed

Taylor Swift is celebrating the launch of The Eras Tour this weekend by dropping four new songs at midnight ET. Three of the songs are part of Swift’s re-recording campaign while the fourth track is previously unreleased.

“In celebration of The Eras Tour, I’m releasing four previously unreleased songs tonight at midnight,” the pop star shares on Instagram Stories.

Swift will release “Eyes Open (Taylor’s Version),” “Safe & Sound (Taylor’s Version)” featuring Joy Williams and John Paul White (formerly of the Civil Wars), “If This Was A Movie (Taylor’s Version)” and “All Of The Girls You Loved Before,” the latter which was considered for the original version of her Lover album and recorded following her departure with Big Machine Label Group. The track went viral on TikTok last month after it was leaked with fans demanding for an official release.

“Eyes Open” and “Safe & Sound” have never appeared on a Swift album, but were released as part of a Hunger Games soundtrack from a decade ago. They were included on the The Hunger Games: Songs From District 12 released in March 2012.

“If This Was A Movie” is part of the re-recording of Swift’s third album, Speak Now, which has yet to be announced in the deluxe re-recorded format.

The pop star has previously released Fearless (Taylor’s Version) and Red (Taylor’s Version), both which have broken numerous records globally. Further details of Speak Now (Taylor’s Version) are forthcoming.

Swift kicks off the massive The Eras Tour tomorrow (Fri, Mar 17th) in Glendale, AZ. She initially announced 27 dates last fall and then added eight and an additional 17 new dates within two weeks. Swift will play multiple nights in all cities, tallying to 52 shows in US stadiums in 2023.

Demand for Swift concert tickets was huge before Ticketmaster’s Verified Fan presale which forced millions empty handed after Ticketmaster’s system crashed. Fans are suing the company over the botched presale.

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