Taylor Swift’s most recent announcement will leave fans excited.
The singer took to Twitter on Thursday to announce her own version of her acclaimed album “Red,” which will be released a week early, and naturally the Swifties were frenzied.
Now, the re-release is due out on November 12 and the release will also include the four-disc vinyl, according to Swift’s tweet.
“I have some news that I think you will like,” Swift, 31, wrote. “My version of Red is coming out a week ahead of schedule.”
“Do you ever sleep?” answered Matt Bernstein, an internet micro-influencer, on Twitter.
His ad even had company Twitter accounts. fangirling.
“This is not a drill,” tweeted the company account for the UNO card game.
However, other fans suspect that Swift’s premature release of “Red” match with the release of Adele’s new album, rumored to also arrive in November.
“Taylor Swift has rescheduled Red (Taylor’s version), fueling rumors that Adele will release her fourth studio album in November.” explained a fan on Twitter.
“Taylor Swift announced Adele’s return before Adele herself” joked other.
But Swifties will grab an early release of a long-awaited Swift album any day. They have been eagerly anticipating Swift’s version of her albums, beginning with a version of “Fearless” released earlier this year.
When she announced the release of “Red” last month, originally scheduled for a November 19 release, Swift said it will include all 30 songs that were supposed to be on the album, even the ones that weren’t included. the first time.
“In the land of heartbreak, moments of carefree strength, independence and rebellion are intricately intertwined with pain, crippling vulnerability and hopelessness,” he said. wrote on Instagram earlier this year. Imagining your future can always lead to a detour into the past. And this is all to say, that the next album I will release is my version of Red. “
The album features indie rocker Pheobe Bridgers and country singer Chris Stapleton., accompanied by an old friend of Swift’s, Ed Sheeran.
A song on the album is up to 10 minutes long, she said on Instagram, potentially alluding to her version of “All Too Well,” complete with profanities her fans aren’t used to hearing from the lyrically clean country-pop singer.
“I can’t wait to celebrate the 13th with you and our new / old fall album,” Swift said.