Taylor Swift Talks About New Album 'Red' - Coming Out In October!

 
Taylor Swift Talks About New Album 'Red' - Coming Out In October!

14 August 2012

Taylor Swift took part in a web chat this morning and dropped lots of exciting information about her upcoming album and new music!

The young singer spent time chatting to her fans, and revealed that she's going to release her new album 'Red' on October 22nd this year!

The album contains 16 tracks, and after writing her last album (Speak Now) entirely by herself, for this record Taylor collaborated with several artists, producers, and songwriters she had always wanted to work with. Maybe Ed Sheeran will be on there!

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Taylor revealed "I called it Red because of the tumultuous, crazy adventures in love and loss that it chronicles. In my mind, when you experience love that's fast paced and out of control and mixes infatuation, jealousy, frustration, miscommunication, and all of those lovely emotions...in retrospect, it all looks red."

She also shared her brand new single 'We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together' which as the title suggests, was dedicated to an ex... but we're not sure which one!

Check out the brand new song below!


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