LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA – Taylor Swift delighted fans in Tokyo by resuming her international Eras Tour and sharing exciting details about her upcoming album, “The Tortured Poets Department.” Revealing that the album is set to be released on April 19, Swift announced “The Tortured Poets Department” at the Grammy Awards after winning best pop vocal album for her previous record, “Midnights.”
During her Tokyo concert, Swift shared her elation about the album unveiling, expressing her gratitude for the support of her fans. The new album features 16 tracks and a bonus song called “The Manuscript,” with Swift disclosing that she had been working on it for about two years, even while on tour. She also revealed that she began working on the album immediately after turning in “Midnights.”
In an intimate moment with the Tokyo audience, Swift spoke candidly about her creative process, stating that she kept working on the album throughout her U.S. tour until she felt it was perfect. She couldn’t contain her excitement, expressing how thrilled she was for her fans to finally hear the finished product. Swift also revealed that she had revealed her album release plans to only a few select individuals, including the producer Jack Antonoff.
The singer-songwriter’s announcement during her Tokyo concert was met with a wave of enthusiasm from fans. Those in attendance were treated to a preview of “The Tortured Poets Department” during an interview that was shared on social media.
The anticipation for “The Tortured Poets Department” is high, and fans around the world are eagerly awaiting the release of Swift’s 11th LP. With a successful tour and a highly anticipated album on the horizon, the future looks bright for Taylor Swift and her devoted fan base.