Taylor Swift’s ‘Midnights’ Album Theories, TikTok Videos

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Taylor Swift no longer believes in sleep; she approves of late nights with her next album, Midnights, which means she’s finally catching up with her fans who stay religiously awake all night waiting for new clues on social media, legitimate fan theories and, lately, TikToks from Swift herself, which dropped at midnight without warning. . The latest project for Swifties? Try to determine which dates preceded the Midnights the release could be an easter egg. May 13 can’t happen again! While all the easter eggs and theories are still coming together, here’s everything we know about the album so far. We’ll update often – probably around midnight.

After making a surprise album announcement at this year’s VMAs, Swift is releasing her tenth album, Midnights, at midnight EST on October 21.

Swift announced Midnights reportedly has 13 tracks, but she hasn’t shared the actual song names. Some fans speculated that the song names would be “Track One”, “Track Two”, etc. However, when she published a ICT Tac limited edition vinyl, portions of the video were blurred to hide the song names. If you get closer to the blurred tracks, you can see that they are much longer than in the photo mockup.

She is used to working with Target for exclusive products. The Reputation had Swift-themed magazines, and the Lover the time had the Lover journals. Target announced that it would be selling special edition lavender vinyl and CDs; the latter will have three bonus songs: an original song and two remixes (please don’t let that be a “willow” second part).

Glad you asked! Based on the three special edition discs with new album art, Midnights can be inspired by music from the 60s, 70s and 80s. TikToker @mrperfectlyfine13 points out that the electric piano (a Würlitzer 206A) Swift is lying next to the jade green blanket was made between the mid 70s and early 80s. If used, the sound of Midnights maybe more like carpenters or moms & dadslike TikToker @kelseylikesthings underline. Swift revealed that the special edition vinyl’s back covers become clockwork, and newly released images seemingly confirm the Sound from the 60s to 70s.

Target classified the album as pop, but as TikToker @thethriftyswiftie noticed, folklore, alwaysand Fearless (Taylor version) are categorized as pop albums although their sounds are very different from each other.

According to a TikTok this Swift dropped out during daylight hours on September 16, Jack Antonoff worked with her on Midnights. An unidentified birthday boy also worked on the album somehow, but fans only see a man’s arm in the corner of the video. Could it be Justin Vernon? Most likely. However, no formal collaboration has been confirmed.. After rumors swirled that the 1975 would make an appearance, Matt Healy denied that he would be on the album. But Swift is proud to leave Easter eggs well in advance, which is why the song in the background of this TikTok is interesting – “life you lead” sounds like a debut track from a mysterious new artist named ” niceboy ed”. Is he a potential star artist? Does Swift have anything to do with the song? Is he…Joe Alwyn?

Despite the endless amount of blind articles about an upcoming megatower, Swift made no announcements.

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