Taylor Swift Just Announced The Release Date For Her New Album 'Lover'

Lula Sharp
June 14, 2019

Taylor Swift has announced that her new and seventh album Lover will be released this August and she will also be releasing a new single entitled You Need To Calm Down on Thursday evening.

The album's release date has a significant meaning.

Her upcoming album Lover is a follow-up to her 2017's reputation.

"So, I have some stuff I wanted to talk to you about", Swift began her live video.

Additionally, the Shake It Off singer revealed her new single, titled You Need to Calm Down, is coming out June 14, with the music video debuting on June 17.

Mark another date on your calendar because the video for "You Need to Calm Down" premieres Monday, June 17th, on Good Morning America, and yes, it will be up on YouTube immediately afterward.

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"Lover", her seventh full-length release, is coming out August 23.

Another said: "Know I was always going to say this but #YouNeedToCalmDown is incredible".

There'll be four deluxe editions of the album available at Target with different content in each, she reported in her video.

The album will have 18 tracks, she added, saying, "That's more than I've had on an album before".

The song simultaneously calls out mean keyboard warriors and acts as a Pride anthem - just in time for Pride Month. The song marks the second single off Lover-formerly known as TS7-after "ME!", Swift's rainbow-fueled collaboration with Panic! at the Disco's Brendon Urie.

The single comes after Swift broke a long-held silence on political matters earlier this month to urge listeners to send letters to their senators calling for them to back a pro-LGBT law in the United States called the Equality Act.

"I've observed a lot people in our society who jut put so much energy and effort into negativity", she said.

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