Another new single called "You Need to Calm Down" will arrive tonight (yes, tonight!) at midnight, and will be followed by a music video premiering on June 17 on Good Morning America. It's in a long line of anti-haters singles from Swift, but this time she's returning fire not just at her own detractors but dedicating a significant portion of the song to taking on homophobes. very cheerfully, in keeping with all other recent Swift mood signifiers. "I think that's one of the most important things I could do".
Another said: "Know I was always going to say this but #YouNeedToCalmDown is wonderful".
The album will have 18 tracks, she added, saying, "That's more than I've had on an album before".
Stance: She then seems to take a clear stand against LGBTQ discrimination, singing, 'Why are you mad when you could be GLAAD? The singer said that it would be released on 23 August. Swift also announced that Lover will coincide with a collaboration with the designer, but she didn't get into specific details yet. The song features Brendon Urie of Panic! at the Disco. And not just simply thematically, like it's all love songs or something.
Oh, and remember all those pretty fashion and accessory posts Swift was sharing via Instagram earlier this year? "She's been a friend and a woman that I respect so much".
Although that's familiar Taylor territory, the chorus sounds as if maybe she's moved on from the place she was when she wrote and released her last album, 2017's score-settling "Reputation".