Taylor Swift will release four songs to celebrate the start of her tour
Singer Taylor Swift announced from her Instagram account that she will unveil four songs at midnight as part of a “celebration” prior to her “The Eras Tour” tour.
Only one of the four will be unpublished, since the other three are new recordings, within the production that Swift has undertaken to recover her music, after producer Scooter Braun sold the original songs to Ithaca Holdings and she lost the rights. of author of part of its catalogue.
“Eyes Open (Taylor’s Version)”, “Safe & Sound (Taylor’s Version)”, “If This Was a Movie (Taylor’s Version)” and “All of the Girls You Loved Before”, are the titles of the songs with which the 33-year-old singer will kick off her international tour on March 17.
“Eyes Open (Taylor’s Version)” and “Safe & Sound (Taylor’s Version)”, along with Joy Williams and John Paul White, are part of the official album that accompanied the movie “The Hunger Games” in 2012, while “If This Was a Movie” had its first appearance on the 2010 “Speak Now” album.
For its part, “All of the Girls You Loved Before” is the only song that had not been officially revealed, although the song was leaked in February and went viral on social networks.
“The Eras Tour” is the new international tour that the American singer will embark on, the first in five years.
Swift will begin her journey in the city of Glendale (Arizona, USA) whose name will change to Swift City, for two days in honor of the interpreter of “Fearless”.
The change will be in force on March 17 and 18, the two days on which the interpreter will give the first concerts of “The Eras Tour” there.
With her latest album, “Midnights,” which was released in October, Swift became the first music artist in history to reach the top 10 on the Billboard Hot 100 100 Songs chart, and the album was the No. most listened to on Spotify in a single day.