Taylor Swift has made the night even more thrilling, announcing that she will put out four previously unreleased tunes at midnight Eastern/9 PM Pacific time on the evening before the first night of her ‘Eras Tour’. Three of the songs have been redone in her massive re-recording mission, and the fourth is a song that was created during her ‘Lover’ period but never released.
The vocalist declared on her Instagram tale, composing, “To respect The Eras Tour I’m discharging four never-prior-heard tunes at midnight! It includes ‘Eyes Open (Taylor’s Version)’, ‘Safe & Sound (Ft. Joy Williams and John Paul White) (Taylor’s Version)’, ‘If This Was a Movie (Taylor’s Version)’ and ‘All of the Girls You Loved Before.”
The melody “All of the Girls You Loved Before” was initially planned for Taylor Swift’s “Lover” collection in 2019. In February, the tune was spilled and got to be famous on TikTok, prompting fans requesting its authority discharge. As the track was recorded after Swift left Big Machine for Republic Records, no re-recording was required and it is the main one of the four tracks that isn’t marked “Taylor’s Version”.
The release of these songs includes two tracks from the “Hunger Games” soundtrack that weren’t featured on any of Swift’s albums. The original version of “Safe & Sound” had the Civil Wars as co-artists; since they have gone their separate ways, it looks like Williams and White re-did their parts and are now credited as solo performers. Both songs were included in “The Hunger Games: Songs From District 12” and were released in 2011 and 2012 respectively.
If We Were A Movie is expected to precede a deluxe version of the singer’s “Speak Now” album, which many are speculating to be the next re-recorded record from Swift. The Eras Tour kicks off on Friday in Glendale, Arizona.