Taylor Swift announces "Red" as next re-recorded album
Washington [US], June 19 (ANI): After the success of “Fearless” (Taylor’s version), American pop star Taylor Swift announced the release of 2012 “Red” as her re-recorded album in November. ..
Swift grabbed Instagram’s handle on Friday night and announced that a re-recorded version of his fourth studio album, Red (Taylor’s Version), will be released on November 19th.
Variety has learned that 30 songs will be re-recorded, including one unspecified 10-minute track that fans have already speculated. This could be an almost legendary extended version of “All Too Well”.
“I’ve always said that the world is another place for broken hearts. The world moves on different axes at different speeds. Time skips back and forth in an instant. What is a broken heart in a day? You can experience thousands of tiny emotions. Find a way to get over it without picking up the phone to hear the old-fashioned familiar voice, “Swift wrote in the caption of an Instagram post. I will.
“In the land of broken hearts, moments of strength, independence, and demonic rebellion are intricately interwoven with sadness, paralyzed fragility, and despair. Imagine your future, always in the past. And, needless to say, the next album I’ll release is my version of Red. “Swift also shuts down and heals when the original” Red “album loses love with her. I explained that it led to.
“Musically and lyrically,’red’ resembled a broken heart. It was a ubiquitous, emotionally broken mosaic, and in the end somehow everything came together. Happiness, Freedom, turmoil, loneliness, devastation, euphoria, wildness, and torture by memories of the past, “Swift wrote.
“I went into the studio and tried different sounds and collaborators to try out a new life. I don’t know if this album has my thoughts on it. Thousands of your voices lyric. She sings. Something was healed along the way, with passionate solidarity, or just time, “she added.
In the closing note, she shared “I couldn’t stop writing” while making “Red”, and therefore finally shared all 30 songs “intended to end up on record”. doing.
In April, Swift released her first re-recorded album, Fearless (Taylor’s Version). In addition to the re-recording of 19 songs from the album, “Fearless (Taylor’s Version)” contained 6 songs from the 2010 singles “Today’s Fairy Tail” and “Vault”, but the original album Was not included.
These include Maren Morris’s “You All Over Me,” “Mr Perfectly Fine,” “We Were Happy,” “That’s When,” Keith Urban, “Do n’t You,” and “Bye Bye Baby.” I will.
“Fearless (Taylor’s Version)” made its debut at No. 1 on Billboard’s Top 200, Top Album Sales and Country Album Charts, and became her third No. 1 album in less than a year.
According to Variety, the Grammy-winning diva will re-record music on “Good Morning America” in August 2019 after Scooter Braun’s Ithaca Holdings acquired the Big Machine Label Group’s catalog in June 2019. I confirmed my intention.
In November 2020, after the Master was sold to Shamrock Holdings again, Swift used the then Twitter handle to inform fans that he had begun the process of re-recording old music. (ANI)