Taylor Swift’s “1989” album is now ready for you to hear.

Taylor Swift's

Taylor Swift’s is back with exciting news – ‘1989 (Taylor’s Version)’ is on its way! Here’s all you need to know:

Taylor Swift’s is re-recording her first six albums, and she has just revealed that her next album is coming soon.

Multi-hyphenate artist Taylor Swift announced during a music event at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California, on August 9th, that the next Taylor’s Swift’s Version recording will be of her album “1989,” originally released in October 2014.

Amidst a stunning set of songs during the show, at 11:09 PM PT, Swift announced to the audience that before kicking off the presentation of “New Romantics,” she was re-releasing the “1989” album.

Taylor Swift’s : She gestured towards the screen behind her, showcasing new artwork for the record, and revealed that it will be released on October 27th.

A few minutes later, Swift’s official social media accounts also shared the news.

She posted, “The ‘1989’ album has changed my life in countless ways, and I am incredibly excited to announce that my version of it will be coming out on October 27th.” “To be fully honest, this is my favorite re-recorded album so far because the tracks from ‘From the Vault’ are exceptional. I can’t believe they stayed in the vault this long! But not for much longer!”

What’s Included in Each New Version of Taylor Swift’s Classic Albums?

In every new version of her classic albums, several new tracks from “From the Vault” are included, with some previously unreleased cuts.

Why Is Taylor Swift’s Re-Recording Her Albums?

Taylor Swift's

Taylor Swift‘s is on a mission to regain control of her music, re-recording and re-releasing her first six albums. Big Machine Records sold the masters of her first six albums to Scooter Braun in 2019, who later sold them to a private equity firm. Swift was vocal about the sale’s refusal and announced her intention to re-record all those albums that she initially made with Big Machine.

In a statement posted on social media in 2020, she said, “I have recently begun re-recording my older music, and it has already proven to be both exciting and creatively fulfilling.”

And she’s certainly delivered on those surprises: alongside new versions of “Fearless,” “Red,” and “Speak Now (Taylor’s Version),” she has also made music videos.

When Is ‘1989 (Taylor’s Version)’ Coming?

Mark your calendars for October 27th, as that’s when ‘1989 (Taylor’s Version)’ will be released. This date is no stranger to Swifties, as the original “1989” album was released on the same date in 2014.

Which Albums Has She Already Re-Recorded and What’s Left?

She’s completing the circle, marking every re-release as “Taylor’s Version.” So far, she has released:

“Fearless (Taylor’s Version)” (2021)
“Red (Taylor’s Version)” (2021)
“Speak Now (Taylor’s Version)” (2023)

Following “1989,” her next re-release will be her debut album, “Taylor Swift,” which originally dropped in 2006, and her 2017 album, “Reputation.”

How Fans Discovered ‘1989 (Taylor’s Version)’ Was Coming.

At the beginning of July 2023, fans were already sensing that ‘1989 (Taylor’s Version)’ was on its way. Soon after the release of “Speak Now (Taylor’s Version),” she started a music video for a new song, “I Can See You.” At the end of the video, she was seen driving a car with the words “1989 TV” on top, hinting at the re-recording.

Some eagle-eyed Swifties even suspected a hidden message in her July 7th Instagram post from her Rhode Island beach house, where she celebrated her “Belated Independence Day” party. In the post, Swift shared a series of Polaroid pictures featuring Selena Gomez, the Haim sisters, and other friends. Swifties quickly realized that the original cover of the “1989” album was Swift’s Polaroid picture. Her summer parties in early July were also a big part of her “1989” era.

On July 28th, the Taylor Nation account shared one of the July 4th pictures again, where the singer posed in a blue dress against the ocean, with the cryptic message, “The air is getting salty.”

In the lead-up to and during the August 9th music event, fans were buzzing with anticipation as Swift dropped more hints – most notably, swapping her past four outfits for blue versions during the event.

During the August 9th announcement, she joked, “You’ve seen some good wardrobe changes on the show.”

Blue is often associated with her albums, and before the announcement, her website turned blue. It had been purple before when she promoted her “Speak Now (Taylor’s Version)” album.”


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here