Taylor Swift teases epic reveal of long-awaited ‘Taylor’s Version’ drop – her biggest hint yet sparks excitement!


Taylor Swift Teases “From the Vault” Tracks from Re-Released Album

Taylor Swift is fueling excitement for the upcoming release of 1989 (Taylor’s Version) and has just dropped a major hint about the highly anticipated rerecording. The 33-year-old singer took to her Instagram to share a cryptic 14-second video teasing the five promised “From the Vault” tracks from the album.

A Hint in the Video?

In the short clip, fans can interpret the letters “T, S, U, L” and an exclamation mark. These letters could potentially represent the first letters of each of the five tracks or spell out the name of one individual song, like “Lust!”

The Clue and ‘Blank Space’

Taylor captioned the video with a clever reference to her 1989 song “Blank Space,” writing: “You can tell me when the search is over… if the high was worth the pain.”

Social Media Buzz

Social media is already buzzing with excitement surrounding the drop of these new tracks. Fans are sharing their comments and theories, with one user saying, “Not now sweetie, mommy is solving 33 million puzzles for Taylor Swift,” and another exclaiming, “MAMY THE VAULT!!!”

Album Details

Taylor Swift announced last month during her final Eras Tour show at Los Angeles’ SoFi Stadium that 1989 (Taylor’s Version) would be the next album to drop. The release date is set for October 27, which also marks the ninth anniversary of the original 1989 album’s release in 2014.

The album will feature a total of 21 tracks, including the 16 original songs and the five “From the Vault” tracks. Additionally, the Tangerine Edition of the album will include a sixth bonus track.

Speculations and Collaborations

With the release of these new songs, fans are speculating about the possible themes and inspirations behind them. They are also wondering if Taylor Swift will collaborate with other artists for any of the tracks.

Remaining “Taylor’s Version” Albums

After the release of 1989 (Taylor’s Version), only two albums will remain to receive the re-recording treatment. These albums are her self-titled debut album from 2006 and Reputation from 2017.

Ed Sheeran’s Involvement

Ed Sheeran, who has collaborated with Taylor Swift on previous songs, recently spoke about the possibility of re-recording his verse on the Reputation diss track “End Game.” However, he confirmed that he has not been asked to participate in the re-recording process just yet.

Ed Sheeran’s Friendship with Taylor Swift

During an interview, Ed Sheeran expressed his admiration for Taylor and their friendship. He has previously been featured on her songs “Everything Has Changed” from the Red album (2012) and “Run (Taylor’s Version) [From the Vault]” on the Red re-release in 2021.

Looking Forward

Although Ed Sheeran is unable to attend Taylor’s current tour due to his own performances, he expressed his hope to attend her future shows. He mentioned the possibility of catching her UK tour next year when their schedules align.

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With Taylor Swift actively promoting the release of 1989 (Taylor’s Version) and teasing the “From the Vault” tracks through her social media, fans are eagerly anticipating the drop of this highly anticipated album. As they patiently wait for October 27th, the speculation and excitement continue to build. Stay tuned for more updates on the release and get ready to immerse yourself in the world of Taylor Swift once again.


Micheal Kurt

I earned a bachelor's degree in exercise and sport science from Oregon State University. He is an avid sports lover who enjoys tennis, football, and a variety of other activities. He is from Tucson, Arizona, and is a huge Cardinals supporter.

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