Speculation on Swift’s next album re-record


Nicole Alexander, from Creative Common Attribution 3.0

Taylor Swift performs “Shake it Off” and “Out of the Woods” on Hollywood Boulevard for “Jimmy Kimmel Live” on Oct. 23, 2014 in Los Angeles.

Taylor Swift has been re-recording her older albums that Big Machine Records produced, not only is Swift re-recording her albums she is also releasing new songs called “vault tracks” to go along with each album. Naturally, after Fearless T.V. (Taylor’s version) and Red T.V. (Taylor’s version), everybody wants to know what album is coming next.

I believe that the next Taylor Swift re-recording is 1989 (T.V.). There are many things that point to 1989 like the fact that Taylor has already released two 1989(T.V.) songs (Wildest Deams and This Love) and has Bad Blood (T.V.) featured in D.C’s new Super Pets movie. Swift also released new merch for both “Speak Now” and “1989”. Besides the obvious there are a few more reasons why I believe 1989 (T.V.) is coming next. When Taylor Swift won the Tayla Swiff award she sent in a few pre-taped videos, in one of these videos Swift is seen baking cookies and towards the end of the video you can see a chalk board sign near her fridge saying “1989 secret sessions Nashville” fans find it strange she would’ve kept that sign up considering she’s had other secret sessions since the “1989” album.

Taylor Swift often uses her hair to represent each album, with almost every album she has a different hair style (except the sister albums “Folklore” and “Evermore” which look almost identical) so every time Swift changes her hair fans are quick to notice. In the same video Swift has her hair tied up in a bun/ponytail fans were quick to point out that with her hair up it is evident swift cut her hair into a bob style a far cry from her Red T.V.-era hair, in fact the new hair cut seemed to echo her hair from a different album era, 1989.

All of the evidence from songs from 1989 to secret session signs make me believe that 1989 T.V. will be the next Taylor Swift album.