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Taylor Swift’s new album is out, with twice as many tracks as expected

“2 am surprise: Tortured Poets Department is a secret double album. I’ve written a lot of tortured poems over the past 2 years and I wanted to share them all with you, so here’s TTPD: Part Two of the Anthology. 15 extra songs,” wrote Taylor Swift at 2 a.m. local time on Instagram.

The singer’s latest album was released on Friday, it has a total of 31 tracks and is more than two hours long – reports Sky News. The first 16 tracks of the album were already leaked days before the release of the album.

Taylor Swift broke a record at the Grammys this year, as she was the first to receive the statue for the best album for the fourth time for Midnights. Swift took advantage of the opportunity, in style, when accepting the award, she announced that her new album, The Tortured Poets Department, is coming soon.

Taylor Swift was with the British actor Joe Alwyn for six years, but they broke up last April, and fans analyzing Swift’s private life under a microscope immediately began to speculate whether the singer was sending a message to Alwyn with the title of the new album (the actor previously had a mutual WhatsApp -group with Andrew Scott and Paul Mescal, which was called The Tortured Man Club).

It looks like Swift really dedicated songs to her previous relationship on the album (such as “So Long, London” and “The Smallest Man Who Ever Lived”), but The Alchemy, packed with American football references, is already about her new boyfriend, the Kansas City Chiefs player. , it could be about Travis Kelce.

Swift on Friday described it as the album as “an anthology of new works that reflect the events, opinions and feelings of a fleeting and fateful moment – ​​a moment that was both sensational and sad. This period of the author’s life has already ended, the chapter is closed and boarded up. There is nothing to avenge, nothing to settle, the wounds have healed. And on second thought, most of them turned out to be self-inflicted.”

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