It's here! Taylor Swift released the full track list for her upcoming album, 1989, via Instagram on Wednesday, Oct. 22.
"The full track list," the singer wrote alongside an image of the 13 songs featured on her fourth studio album. Along with the first three singles released from her new record thus far — "Shake It Off," "Out of the Woods," and "Welcome to New York" — Swift's remaining 10 tunes have intriguing titles.
This past week, the Grammy winner, 24, has been cleverly teasing lyrics on Instagram under the hashtag #1989lyrics. On Oct. 15, Swift shared a verse from the second track, "Black Space."
Perhaps Swift's most talked-about track, "Bad Blood," is listed at number eight on her list. The singer told Rolling Stone in an interview published last month that she had written that specific song about her rivalry with another high profile female artist. Though some speculated it was Miley Cyrus, Us Weekly revealed that the track was a dig at Katy Perry.
As for the release of her first official pop album? "I woke up every single day not wanting but needing to make a new style of music that I had never made before," Swift told fans in her August announcement, which was streamed live on Yahoo! "We made the most sonically-cohesive album I'd ever made. We made my favorite album I've ever made."
1989 will hit stores Oct. 27. "This new album was a rebirth for me," Swift said. "I've been working on a new album for two years. I feel like two years give you two years to grow and to live."
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