Taylor Swift - Folklore (Vinyl)

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Folklore (stylized in all lowercase) is the eighth studio album by American singer-songwriter Taylor Swift. It was a surprise album, released on July 24, 2020, via Republic Records. Following the outbreak of the you-know-what in early 2020, Swift cancelled a concert tour supporting her seventh studio album Lover (2019) and quarantined herself, during which she conceived Folklore as "a collection of songs and stories that flowed like a stream of consciousness".

Swift collaborated with producers Aaron Dessner and Jack Antonoff virtually; she recorded her vocals at a home studio she built in her Los Angeles residence, while Dessner and Antonoff worked from Hudson Valley and New York City, respectively. Departing from the mainly upbeat pop production of its predecessors, Folklore consists of mellow ballads driven by neo-classical instruments, pursuing indie folk, alternative rock, and electroacoustic styles. Influenced by loneliness during the quarantine, Swift explores themes of escapism, empathy, romanticism, and nostalgia in the album, through a set of characters, fictional narratives, and story arcs, in contrast to the autobiographical tone of her previous projects. The title was inspired by her desire for the music to have a lasting legacy akin to folk songs, whereas its artworks and aesthetic reflect cottagecore.

 



She's amazing, the best artist ever. The worlds No.1 female. Music was invented for her. 
By: A big fan.

1. "The 1"
2. "Cardigan"
3. "The Last Great American Dynasty"
4. "Exile" (featuring Bon Iver)
5. "My Tears Ricochet" 
6. "Mirrorball"
7. "Seven"
8. "August"
9. "This Is Me Trying"
10. "Illicit Affairs"
11. "Invisible String"
12. "Mad Woman"
13. "Epiphany"
14. "Betty"
15. "Peace"
16. "Hoax"



 

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