Taylor Alison Swift has affirmed that her following re-recorded album is a new version of red. The record quaintly called Red (Taylor’s Version) will release on 19 November.
In her statement, Swift stated, “ Lyrically and musically, Red resembled a heartbroken person,” Like taking a stab at pieces of new life. I went into the studio and tried with different collaborators and music”. Swift has also said that Red (Taylor’s Version) will traverse 30 tracks, including a 10-minute song, “ All Too Well.”
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The original “Red’ made it to our playlist in October 2012 found Taylor Swift recording more purposely pop-focused. The album features some of Taylor’s greatest hits, including “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together,” “Stay Stay Stay, “ I Know You Were Trouble,” and “I Almost Do”. The standard version of the original Red comprises 16 tracks.,”
It is worth mentioning that Taylor has not formally revealed the title of the 10-minute track that will show up on Red (Taylor’s Version).
In any case, on Twitter, Taylor embellished the announcement of her 10-minute song with a comfy red scarf Emoji.
Taylor mentioned in her Instagram post confirming the bombshell. “It was all over the place, a broken mosaic of feelings that fit together in some way at the end. Free, happy, perplexed, solitary, ravaged, wild, euphoric, and haunted by old memories.”
Swift said “something has been healed” during her pre-recording experiments.
Swift’s detective may have spotted that booth explicit and clean versions are available to pre-order on Swift’s official website following swift’s announcement of her original version.
In 2019, Taylor Swift expressed her plans to re-record her Big Machine albums to gain ownership of her tracks. She published her first re-recorded track Fearless (Taylor’s Version).