A Big Surprise Awaits Every Tailor Swift Fan Ahead Of Eras Tour
Sensational singer Taylor Swift announced to fans on Thursday via her Instagram stories that she will release four new songs to celebrate her upcoming Eras tour. According to the post, the four tracks; "Eyes Open (Taylor’s Version),” “Safe & Sound (Ft. Joy Williams and John Paul White - Taylor’s Version),” “If This Was a Movie (Taylor’s Version)” and “All of the Girls You Loved Before will be available for streaming by midnight on the eve of her Eras tour.
You may not know this, but three of the songs planned to be released in celebration of the Eras Tour were a part of her re-recording contract. The last one, " All Of The Girls You Have Loved Before", is the only one without a "Taylor's Version" tag as it has never been officially released. It was written as a part of Swift's 2019 "Lover" album and was recorded after she left Big Machine for Republic Records. It is probably being included in the soon-to-be-released songs because it garnered massive requests from fans after it went viral on TikTok after the song was leaked online in February.
Also, "If We Were A Movie" is an unannounced deluxe version of Taylor Swift's "Speak Now" album, and fans wonder if this will be the next re-recorded version she will release.
Didn't Get Ticket To The Eras Your? No Worries!
The Eras Tour is the first she's done in 5 years, so fans are eager to witness the music event set to kickstart this Friday at the State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona. The cancellation of the ticket sale due to the massive demand from fans proves that it is indeed a much-anticipated tour.
But not to worry, if you didn't get to order your tickets before Ticketmaster closed sales, you could always have a piece of Swift with millions of other fans by hitting play at midnight ET/ 9 p.m. PT.