Taylor Swift recently released her new album, Midnights, and now she’s doubling down with a tour announcement.
The “Bejeweled” singer-songwriter, 32, vowed a tour is on the way while taping The Graham Norton Show in London, which airs Friday night on BBC One.
“We’ll do it eventually.” It’s going to happen,” Swift stated in response to a question from presenter Graham Norton, adding, “We’ll do it, and it’ll be amazing.”
The Grammy winner also expressed her “thrilled” response to her album’s release last week.
“But I do think it’s a little accusatory when people say I broke Spotify,” Swift said after breaking the record for most-streamed album in a single day. “It was my gorgeous fans that broke Spotify!”
Swift, who usually shows thanks to her fans, discussed how the re-recording of her discography was “deeply personal” to her since she lost the rights to her songs from her first six albums when she moved record companies.
“I am grateful to the radio stations across the United States that exclusively play my new renditions. “It’s quite touching.” She expressed herself. “It is something that I care about but don’t expect other people to care about it.”
“It is a lot of work, but it is fun, and I can’t believe people have got behind it the way they have,” Swift continued.
Swift talks about love, revenge, and public image in the 13 melancholy yet diverse song tracks on her 10th studio album, which she co-produced with Jack Antonoff, Lana Del Rey, and lover Joe Alwyn.
Swift has already released music videos for “Anti-Hero” and “Bejeweled” in the week after the release of Midnights.
Swift is joined by a slew of celebrities in the latter video, including Laura Dern, Dita Von Teese, Pat McGrath, the HAIM sisters, and Antonoff, 38, as she puts an empowering take on the Cinderella narrative.