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Taylor Swift's,Midnights album details

 Taylor Swift Announces New 13-Track Album 'Midnights'

Although the lead song has not been confirmed, Swift did mock her Easter egg-giving techniques on September 21, posting on social media that she would be revealing one track title at a time, at random, in a video series entitled Midnights Mayhem With Me. The 13th track's first song, "Mastermind," was made public. The second reveal video identified Track 8 as "Vigilante S—-." (Previously, the songs on the album cover were simply identified as "Track One," "Track Two," and so on.) 13 tracks will be on the album's standard edition.

She stated that it was a compilation of music composed in the middle of the night that would transport the listener on a voyage through terrible and lovely visions. The floors we pace and our encounters with demons For those of us who have tossed and turned and opted to keep the lanterns on and seek in the futile hope that when the clock strikes twelve...we might run into each other.This hints that, despite the album's bleak title, there will most likely be a mix of darker and lighter tracks, as well as a genre fusion.

Because no lead single has been published, the album's genre is unknown. Despite the fact that this might refer to everything from funk to rock to disco-inspired music, the design of each record edition implies a connection to 1970s music. On iTunes and Target, Midnights is categorized as a "pop" album, however this may be due to the artist's past work and isn't always representative of the album's real genre. It's probably best not to take it seriously for the time being.

The album is currently available in four unique color-coded editions: the basic Moonstone Blue Edition, the Jade Green Edition, the Blood Moon Edition, and the Mahogany Edition. According to Swift's website, each edition includes 13 tracks, one of four collector albums with distinctive front and back cover art, one of four collectable disc artworks, one of four rare marbled-color CD discs, and a collectible lyric booklet with never-before-seen photos.

Although Jack Antonoff, a frequent collaborator of Swift's who helped produce songs for her previous albums 1989, Reputation, Lover, Folklore, and Evermore, can be seen in a behind-the-scenes video shared on her Instagram account, implying he also worked on Midnights, Swift has remained tight-lipped about any potential collaborations.