The anticipation for “Midnight” only increased as Taylor Swift announced she will release four unheard songs at midnight ET/ 9 p.m. PT, the night before the first show of her Eras Tour. Three of the tracks are from Swift’s extensive re-recording project, and one is an unofficially unreleased song from the “Lover” period. The singer announced it on her Instagram account, adding, “Tonight at midnight, I’m releasing four previously unreleased songs in celebration of The Eras Tour.”
Taylor’s versions of “Eyes Open,” “Safe & Sound (with Joy Williams and John Paul White),” “If This Was a Movie,” “If This Was a Movie (Taylor’s Version),” and “All of the Ladies You Loved Before” are among the songs on the album. Unreleased song “All of the Ladies You Loved Before” was a candidate for Taylor Swift’s 2019 “Lover” album.
Here we given there tweet Tweeted by @Variety:
Taylor Swift Is Dropping Four Unreleased Songs Ahead of Her Eras Tour Start https://t.co/nLx6tSuh1B
— Variety (@Variety) March 16, 2023
After being released in February of this year, the song quickly became popular on TikTok and received calls from fans for an official release. It wasn’t required to re-record it because it was recorded after she switched from Big Machine to Republic Records, making it the only one of the four songs without a “Taylor’s Version” tag.
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Due to the fact that they were never included on a Swift album, fans may have been concerned that two “Hunger Games” soundtrack cuts would be left orphaned in her re-records. As the two musicians that made up that duet have long since split up, it appears Williams and White re-recorded their portions independently and will be labeled on the remake as their respective solo artists.
“Safe & Sound” had the Civil Wars officially co-billed when it was first released in 2011. Both “Eyes Wide” and that song, which were both released in March 2012, were included in the album “The Hunger Games: Music From District 12”. However, “If We Were A Movie” comes before an as-yet-unannounced deluxe edition of Taylor Swift’s album “Speak Now,” which many fans believe will be the singer’s next album of re-recorded songs.
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