Taylor Swift has apologized to her fans in Japan after she teased them that she was going to perform two brand new songs.
The ‘Enchanted’ singer was holding her guitar when she told the crowd that she would play two new songs that she had never performed live.
“I really have been trying to challenge myself to play songs that I’ve never performed live or definitely haven’t done on this tour. So, I’ve selected two brand new songs I’ve never performed,” she expressed.
When she saw how excited her fans became, Swift immediately apologized and said: “Not ‘brand new’ like on a new album. I’m so sorry, I just realized what you thought I said. They’re not on the new album. Oh my god, I am so sorry.”
During the 2024 Grammy Awards, Taylor revealed that she has a new album set to be released in April.
“(The way I can celebrate) is by telling you a secret that I’ve been keeping from you for the past two years, which is that my brand new album comes out April 19th,” she announced after receiving a Grammy for the best pop album of the year.
Swift continued: “It’s called The Tortured Poets Department and I’m going to go post the cover right now backstage.”
Since the Grammys, fans have wondered whether some of her songs may be about her ex, Joe Alwyn.
The singer also shared the titles for her songs in a post on social media, only one day after announcing her upcoming album.
‘The Tortured Poets Department’ features songs such as ‘But Daddy I Love Him,’ ‘My Boy Only Breaks His Favorite Toys,’ ‘I Can Fix Him (No Really I Can),’ and ‘Down Bad.’
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