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Taylor Swift Reveals Double Album ‘The Tortured Poets Department: The Anthology’

Taylor Swift has unveiled her latest work, “The Tortured Poets Department,” a double album that includes her 11th studio release. The highly anticipated album dropped at midnight on April 19, and two hours later, Swift surprised fans with an announcement of 15 additional tracks, making it a double album.

Swift expressed her motivation for releasing the bonus tracks, stating, “I had written so much tortured poetry over the last two years and wanted to share it all with you.” She revealed the second installment of the album, which includes 15 extra songs like “The Manuscript,” “The Bolter,” “The Albatross,” and “The Black Dog”.

Dedicated Swifties may have caught onto the clues Swift left leading up to the double album announcement. At a Spotify library installation in Los Angeles, Swift hinted at the release time by setting the clock to 2:00. She also posted a teaser video on Wednesday, tracking the transition from her “Midnights” era to the “Tortured Poets Department.” As Swift released the album at midnight, her Instagram profile showed a two-hour countdown, keeping fans in suspense.

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