Taylor Swift sings at an event. File
Taylor Swift has shared a mysterious new video on her social media accounts regarding her ongoing project to re-record her back catalogue.
“The vault door is about to be as unhinged as you’ll think I am after you watch this video,” the singer wrote, adding, “Level: Expert” and “Happy decoding!”
The video shows a vault door opening, with song title anagrams pouring out. Unscrambled, the words appear to be a handful of song titles due to appear on her forthcoming Fearless (Taylor’s Version) collection. As previously announced, Fearless (Taylor’s Version) will include six songs she wrote in 2008 for the original album, but never got released.
One of the words also unscrambles to Keith Urban’s name, suggesting that he could be a collaborator on one of the songs.
One eagle-eyed Twitter user decoded the titles to be: “You All Over Me” featuring Maren Morris (which dropped last week), “We Were Happy”, Bye, Bye, Baby”, “Mr Perfectly Fine”, “That's When”, and “Don't You”.
Swift is currently re-recording all her albums up to 2017’s Reputation after the rights to the records were sold by her former record label, Big Machine.
She has already released two tracks from the project: an updated version of “Love Story” and the aforementioned collaboration with Morris.
A new preview of Swift’s “Wildest Dreams (Taylor’s Version)” was also shared on 31 March in a trailer for the forthcoming Dreamworks animated feature Spirit Untamed.
Fearless (Taylor’s Version) will be released on 9 April.
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