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Taylor Swift Reveals New Vault Track Titles for Upcoming 1989 Album Re-release

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For Swifties, the hype is getting real!

Taylor Swift fans are certainly having the time of their lives with the abundance of Swiftie content released lately. The star has been active in releasing fresh new material for her fans these past few years, remaking her classic albums, featuring other artists in variations of her Midnights album, performing nationwide in her Eras Tour, and not too long ago announcing a film version of the concert that will be arriving to theaters this October. But the fun does not stop there, as today, fans have been met with a pleasant surprise regarding her upcoming 1989 album re-release.

Swift Teases New Song Titles

Any Swiftie would find it all too familiar how Taylor is never one to shy away from teasing her fans. While performing in Los Angeles last month, Swift wore five blue outfits, hinting at an imminent re-release of her 1989 album. Adding to her collection of (Taylor’s Version) albums, Swift announced that this would also feature a set of unreleased songs. These songs are what she refers to as “from the vault” and function as extra perks for those who listen to her re-released albums.

On September 19, Google released a word scramble search function including 33 million puzzles, allowing users to guess the names of the songs. Later that day, Swift also posted a reel of a little blue vault on her Instagram page, sending out a scrambled collection of letters, which teased one of those songs.

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Titles for Exclusive Songs in 1989 (Taylor’s Version) Album Revealed

Today, as a reward for her fans solving the 33 million puzzles, Swift posted the back covers of her album via Instagram, Facebook, and X (formerly known as Twitter), revealing the names of those songs. The songs are called: “Say Don’t Go,” “Now That We Don’t Talk,” “Suburban Legends,” and “Is it Over Now?” Also revealed in her post was the song titled “Slut!” which turned out to be the song teased in the reel.

“I can’t wait for this one to be out, seriously,” Swift said. “Thank you for playing along, sleuthing, puzzling, and making these reveals so much chaotic fun (which is the best kind of fun, after all 😜).”

Fans can expect to start streaming 1989 (Taylor’s Version) on October 27, 2023.

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