Taylor Swift has announced all of the songs on her new album, Midnights. Swift has been sharing song titles on TikTok over the past few weeks. Overnight, she shared the last of the song titles, including "Snow on the Beach," which features Lana Del Rey.
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Taylor Swift no longer believes in sleep. Taylor Swift album, Midnights, is all about staying up late, which means she's finally catching up to her fans, who stay up all night waiting for new social media clues, fan theories, and, more recently, TikToks from Swift herself, which she has been dropping at midnight without warning.
Swifties' most recent project? Trying to figure out what dates leading up to the Midnights release might have an Easter egg. May 13 can't come back! Here's what we know about the album so far, even though the Easter eggs and theories are still coming together.
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Real Swifties know that Taylor could really be writing and produce and the song would still be a hit for at least 10 weeks. But for those of you who need a little more than blind faith to get you through until mid-October, here are some facts.
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This is a collection of music written in the middle of the night, a journey through terrors and sweet dreams. The floors we pace and the demons we face. For all of us who have tossed and turned and decided to keep the lanterns lit and go searching—hoping that just maybe, when the clock strikes 12…we’ll meet ourselves. Midnights, the stories of 13 sleepless nights scattered throughout my life, will be out October 21. Meet me at midnight.- Taylor Swift
Midnights may be influenced by the music of the 1960s, 1970s, and 1980s, based on the three special-edition records with new album art. TikToker @mrperfectlyfine13 pointed out that the jade-green cover's electric piano, a Wurlitzer 206A, was made between the mid-1970s and early-1980s.
TikToker @kelseylikesthings said that if Midnights was used, it might sound more like the Carpenters or the Mamas & the Papas. Swift said that the back of the special-edition vinyl turns into a clock, and the new pictures seem to confirm that the sound is from the 1960s to the 1970s.
Target put the album in the pop category, but Twitter user @thethriftyswiftie pointed out that folklore, evermore, and Fearless (Taylor's Version) are also pop albums, even though they sound very different from each other.
Swift posted a TikTok during the day on September 16 that said Jack Antonoff worked with her on Midnights. Fans can only see a man's arm in the corner of the video, but they know that an unnamed birthday boy helped with the album in some way.
Is it possible it's Justin Vernon? Probably. Matt Healy denied that he would be on the album after rumors spread that 1975 would make a cameo. The only official feature that has been confirmed is with Lana Del Rey. Swift said this in a TikTok about "Snow on the Beach."
Swift is proud of leaving Easter eggs early, which is why the song in the background of that TikTok is interesting. "Life You Lead" looks like the first song from a mysterious new artist named "niceboy ed." Is he someone who might be on the show? Was Swift involved in making the song? Is he Joe Alwyn?
Swift's new album, Midnights, is the first one with all new songs since she released Evermore at the end of 2020.
In between, she released re-recorded versions of her albums Red (2012) and Fearless (2008), called "Taylor's Versions." Swift's second album of 2020 was also called Evermore. It came out less than six months after Folklore.
Swift did both in a short amount of time. Swift said in mid-September that Jack Antonoff, who had worked with her on Folklore and co-produced "Gold Rush" by Evermore, had also worked with her on Midnights.