“Speak Now” will be the next album in Taylor Swift’s “Taylor’s Version” series of re-recorded albums and she gave fans in her hometown of Nashville the opportunity to be the first to hear the official news. Fans have plenty of time to pre-order Swift’s next album: She stated that it will be released on July 7.
She shared a Tweet related to her:
It fills me with such pride and joy to announce that my version of Speak Now will be out July 7 (just in time for July 9th, iykyk 😆) I first made Speak Now, completely self-written, between the ages of 18 and 20. The songs that came from this time in my life were marked by their… pic.twitter.com/oa0Vs5kszr
— Taylor Swift (@taylorswift13) May 6, 2023
“If you could just divert your attention to the big screens, I felt it would be better for you to see it rather than hear me talk about it. There, a large screen displayed the album cover and the release date. The announcement at Nissan Stadium in Nashville prompted the city to illuminate the Cumberland River bridge nearby with purple lights.”
Fans were fairly well aware of what was to come. At the conclusion of her previous concert this past Sunday, April 30, wristbands distributed to the audience turned purple and LED banners entering Nissan Stadium had a purple color.
Swifties had long conjectured about which of her albums—”1989″ or “Speak Now” would be the next to receive the re-recording-plus-bonus-tracks treatment but the evidence was steadily mounting in favor of her third release. With hardly a minute’s notice, the Taylor Nation Instagram account went live to broadcast the spoken news to followers.
Swift has only played one song, “Enchanted” from the “Speak Now” album every night so far on the Eras Tour. This is significantly fewer performances than she has given from any previous album she has released with the exception of her debut which has no nightly representation.
That odd decision to make the album virtually MIA in the three-hour-plus sets didn’t give fans reason to believe that she dislikes the album; instead it heightened speculation that she might be holding off on adding additional material from “Speak Now” until she was ready to reveal the re-recording.
Only “Fearless” and “Red” from Swift’s Big Machine songs have so far been released in “Taylor’s Version” editions; all of Swift’s Big Machine releases have been recorded entirely from scratch.
As a result of her public outrage over her Big Machine library being sold against her will, fans have been buying and streaming only the versions where she owns the recordings outright which has resulted in excellent sales for the new albums.
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