Taylor Swift’s 10th album, ‘Midnights’, titled ‘Midnights (Til Dawn Edition)’.
Taylor Swift has unveiled an enhanced edition of her 10th album, ‘Midnights‘, titled ‘Midnights (Til Dawn Edition)’. This expanded version, featuring exciting collaborations, will be available for pre-order and released tomorrow, May 25, at midnight ET (5am BST). The album includes a new rendition of ‘Karma’ featuring Ice Spice and a re-recorded version of ‘Snow On The Beach’ with additional vocals from Lana Del Rey.
In addition to the album release, Taylor Swift announced a special treat for fans attending her ‘Eras’ US tour in East Rutherford. They will have the opportunity to purchase a limited edition CD that includes an exclusive vault track from ‘Midnights’ called ‘You’re Losing Me’.
The digital edition of the album will also include a format-exclusive track called ‘Hits Different’, which was previously only available on the Target version of ‘Midnights’. Taylor expressed her excitement about the collaborations and the release on Twitter, praising Ice Spice and Lana Del Rey.
Shortly after the initial release of ‘Midnights’ last October, Taylor surprised fans with a deluxe edition, featuring an additional seven tracks. Earlier this year, Lana Del Rey shared her desire to have a more significant role in ‘Snow On The Beach’, regretting not singing the entire second verse.
In other news, Taylor Swift debuted the live performance of her track ‘I Think He Knows’ during a recent show on her ‘Eras’ tour. The next leg of the tour will take place at the Metlife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey, with three consecutive concerts scheduled for this week (May 26, 27, 28).
Meanwhile, Stevie Nicks expressed gratitude to Taylor Swift for writing the song ‘You’re On Your Own, Kid’, which captures her feelings about the loss of her late Fleetwood Mac bandmate Christine McVie. NME reviewed ‘Midnights’ upon its release, praising it as a vibrant return to pure pop, departing from Taylor’s mellower lockdown creations and recent re-recording project, and delivering a brighter, forward-looking sound.