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Taylor Swift has *finally* released details of her new album and everyone is losing the head

I don’t give a damn about my bad reputation…


After a period away from the spotlight, Taylor Swift has officially confirmed that she’ll be releasing a new single tomorrow and a new album entitled Reputation on November 10th.

The album artwork depicts Swift looking straight into the camera against a background composed of newspaper headlines, a nod to Swift’s love-hate relationship with the media.

A post shared by Taylor Swift (@taylorswift) on

Swift has been dropping hints for the past week that new music was forthcoming. She scrubbed her social media accounts last week and shared a number of mysterious videos of snakes over the past few days.

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Earlier this evening, some eagle eyed Swifties noticed the artwork go live on her website. The tracklisting seems to indicate that the first single will fun for 8 minutes and 47 seconds, which seems a tad excessive.

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Meanwhile, it’s worth noting that the font is awfully reminiscent of the font used by Swift’s arch nemesis Kanye West on his tour merchandise last year.

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And the artwork is awfully familiar, too.

Still, though. Isn’t it nice to be able to fixate on something that isn’t Trump or impending nuclear war?

Tweet by @Zainub Amir Source: Zainub Amir/Twitter

Bring on the thinkpieces!

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