Taylor Swift announced at the Los Angeles SoFi stadium show that she plans to re-release her album entitled 1989, which was originally released in 2014.
The stadium screen showed the release date to be October 27th before she went on to play her version of “New Romantics” from the album.
Swift confirmed the news on her social media, stating on Instagram: “This is my most favourite re-record I’ve ever done because the 5 from The Vault tracks are so insane.”
1989 is debatably one of Swift’s most recognisable albums with decade-defining songs like “Shake It Off”, “Blank Space”, and “Bad Blood.”
Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour has sold out multiple stadium shows across the U.S. this year, topping Elton John and Harry Styles for the biggest tour so far this year.
According to Forbes, the record-breaking show is estimated to bring in around $1.4 billion by August 2024, when it ends in London, UK.
After the release of 1989, Swift will only have two albums left to re-record: Reputation (2017) and her debut album Taylor Swift (2006).
Swift’s reclamation of her albums has solidified her as one of the biggest artists of the modern age, who will no doubt continue to top the charts and sell out her tours.
Taylor Swift’s re-release of 1989 releases on October 27.