Taylor Swift has unveiled the album creation process for upcoming LP ‘Midnights’, displaying collaboration with Jack Antonoff.
Although no track titles or collaborations had previously been announced for Taylor Swift’s 10th studio album – The 1975’s Matty Healy recently dispelled rumours of his involvement with the record – the singer has shared behind-the-scenes clips of “the making of ‘Midnights’” via Instagram.
The video post shows Taylor Swift and Jack Antonoff working together at a piano. The Bleachers’ lead singer has collaborated with Swift on five consecutive albums over the last eight years – from 2014’s ‘1989’ to last year’s re-recorded version of ‘Red’ – and isn’t breaking his streak with ‘Midnights’, due October 21st.
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The new album was announced during the MTV VMA’s in August, and the 13 tracks will recount, “the stories of 13 sleepless nights scattered throughout my life”. Taylor Swift has since announced four special edition vinyl variants, the back covers of which come together to make a clock face.
You can pre-order ‘Midnights‘ here.