Are you ready for it?
Taylor Swift announced a new version of the 2014 Grammy-Award-winning album, 1989 (Taylor’s Version) is set to be released on October 27, 2023.
Swift, 33, shared the news during her last performance of the U.S. leg of the Eras Tour at SoFi Stadium in California Wednesday night.
“There’s something that I’ve been planning for a really, really, really, ridiculously, embarrassingly long time, and instead of telling you about it, I think I’ll just sort of show you,” Swift said onstage as the “1989 (Taylor’s Version)” graphic popped up on a screen behind her.
The “Blank Space” singer also confirmed the album drop on her social media accounts.
“Surprise!! 1989 (Taylor’s Version) is on its way to you! The 1989 album changed my life in countless ways, and it fills me with such excitement to announce that my version of it will be out October 27,” she wrote.
Her album re-record of “1989” will feature mega-hits such as “Shake It Off,” “Bad Blood” and “Welcome to New York.”
Since then has re-released several albums: 2008’s “Fearless,” 2010’s “Speak Now” and 2012’s “Red.”
“To be perfectly honest, this is my most FAVORITE re-record I’ve ever done because the 5 From The Vault tracks are so insane. I can’t believe they were ever left behind. But not for long!”
Swift has shared some songs from the 1989 (Taylor’s Version) album over the last few years, such as “Wildest Dreams (Taylor’s Version),” which became a viral TikTok sound and “This Love (Taylor’s Version),” which was featured in the trailer of Amazon Prime series, “The Summer I Turned Pretty.”
The album is available to pre-order on Swift’s official website in four special-edition deluxe CDs: “Crystal Skies Blue,” “Rose Garden Pink,” “Aquamarine Green,” and “Sunrise Boulevard Yellow.”
It will also be issued in “Crystal Skies Blue” vinyl and cassettes.
Although the first leg of her U.S. tour is done, Swift is amped up for the international leg that begins August 24, in Mexico. She will “Shake it Off” in Latin America, Asia, Australia and Europe before returning to the U.S. in 2024 for a second go-round.