Taylor Swift Fans reacted enthusiastically after the singer announced that her surprise ninth album ‘Evermore’ would be released tonight (December 10).
In a post announcing the album on Instagram, she called the new album “Sister’s Record” in “Folk Tales”, which was released in July. Will feature collaborations with the album Ham, National And Bone Iver.
The video for the album’s first single, ‘Willow’, is also set to arrive tonight with the album.
The announcement has caused a great deal of excitement among Swift fans, with many praising Swift’s impressive work ethic – just five months after the release of ‘Evermore’ and ‘Folklore’.
“The devil works hard, Chris Jenner works hard, but Taylor works hard,” wrote one fan.
Another said: “Let us all desire the ethics of Taylor Swift’s work which is leaving another illusion !!!”
The devil works hard, Chris Jenner works hard, but Taylor works hard https://t.co/BSqC01GIH3
– Morgan (@MorganWright) December, 2020
Let’s all wish for the work ethic of Taylor Swift who is releasing another album tonight !!!
– Courtney Brenner (@court_brenner) December, 2020
I wish I had the honesty of Taylor Swift’s work ethic https://t.co/U70qh3fqHF
– Mikayla (@mixella) December, 2020
Waiting for Taylor Swift I can process this process I can believe this omji I can’t give birth. pic.twitter.com/9sL8hucOuR
– Danina (@Vedinatellena) December, 2020
Others, meanwhile, were shocked at the shocking announcement.
“Taylor Swift is releasing her next album, already ?! It is safe to say that Swift was paralyzed by her 2020 surprises. Girl, we’re still shocked by the folklore drop. “But hey, let’s not stop behind you,” wrote one fan.
Another said, “Wait, Taylor Swift. I can validate this process and I can’t believe it, I can’t give birth.”
You can see the selection of reactions below.
– ਨਯਨਿਕਾ ਕੁੰਡੂ (@ noyoneeka01) December, 2020
– It’s now Taylor Stan AC (@spcymcjo) December, 2020
Wow Miss Taylor Rally saved 2020 from being completely embarrassed pic.twitter.com/NgRfRioypR
– ☃️ Madhu, PSD December, 2020
TaylorSwift 13 I have to say personally, 2020 feels like a weird fever dream w / horrible moments so the 2 albums coming up by you mean you understand. I can’t wait to hear # Never Like music is how I compete – and if it’s a sister record for folklore ਤਾਂ
– Zainub Amir (Zenubmir) December, 2020
“I’m glad to tell you that my 9th studio album, and folk sister’s record, will arrive tonight at midnight,” Swift wrote on Instagram to announce the album She works with folklore collaborators. Jack Antonoff, Of the National Aaron Desner, Bone Iver Mastermind Justin Vernon and “WB”, aka William Bowerry, Swift’s boyfriend who was nicknamed Alvin.
“It’s called forever,” Swift continued. “Frankly, we couldn’t stop writing songs. To see and see it more poetically, it feels like we are standing on the edge of the jungle of folklore and there was a choice: to turn and go back or travel further in the jungle of this music. We chose to wander deeper.
“I have never done this before. In the past I have always considered albums to be a one-off era and moved on to planning the next one after the release of an album. There was something different with folklore. While making it, I felt less like I was leaving and like I was coming back. “
– srishti_07 (trisha_srishti) December, 2020
I still can’t believe it! No f ** king way !!! I must be dreaming! I slapped my face to make sure I was awake! Two albums in half a year! You go to the grill !!!!!!! TaylorSwift 13 pic.twitter.com/5fuJwtDyzw
– None (@ Young 1214775059) December, 2020
He added: “I loved the run I found in these fictional / not fictional stories. I loved the ways you lost the dreamscapes and the epics of tragedy and welcome love and found them in your life. So I just kept writing to them. And I loved making these songs with Aaron Desner, Jack Antonoff, WB, and Justin Vernon. We’ve also welcomed some new (and longtime) friends to our musical kitchen table this time …
Reviewing July’s ‘Lokdhara’, N.M.E. Written: “’Lok Katha’ feels fresh, progressive thinking and most of all, honest. The shiny production he has continued over the last half-decade is different for simple, soft-sounding and explosive devices.
“It’s the voice of an artist who is tired of math releases and wanted to do something different. Swift disappeared into the jungle while writing ‘Folklore’, and became stronger than ever. “