Against “Fall Heartbreak” – Taylor Swift prefers new “Red” album – music
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US pop star Taylor Swift (31) wants to release her new album “Red (Taylor’s Version)” earlier than planned. She can hardly wait to celebrate November 13th with her fans and the “new / old autumn heartbreak”, wrote the singer on Thursday (local time) on Twitter. The day before, a week earlier than planned, she will publish her new version of “Red”.
In October 2012, Swift released her fourth studio album, Red, with songs like We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together, I Knew You Were Trouble, 22 and The Last Time. Many songs were about lovesickness and failed relationships.
The multiple Grammy winner recently released a new recording of her album “Fearless” in April. In June, Swift announced “Red (Taylor’s Version)” with 30 songs. At the beginning of August, she announced to her fans that she could win colleagues such as Phoebe Bridgers, Chris Stapleton and Ed Sheeran for the new edition.
In 2019 Swift announced that she wanted to re-record old music as “Taylor’s Version” after a dispute over the music rights to her previous albums. Between 2006 and 2017, the singer released her first six studio albums on Big Machine before moving to Universal Music. Afterwards, there was a dispute over the rights to these albums.