Taylor Swift Gives a First Look Inside 'The Tortured Poets Department' and Teases Timetable of Release Schedule

The pop superstar will release her highly anticipated 11th studio album 'The Tortured Poets Department' on Friday, April 19

<p>Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty</p> Taylor Swift at the 65th Grammy Awards in February 2023 in Los Angeles

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Taylor Swift at the 65th Grammy Awards in February 2023 in Los Angeles

It won't be much longer until Swifties are immersed in The Tortured Poets Department!

In anticipation of the release of her 11th studio album, Taylor Swift shared a teaser rich with Easter eggs on social media on Tuesday, April 15. The clip offers a peek inside the fictional literary society that the pop superstar's record is named after and most notably offers a tease at the timeline, or what she's dubbed the "timetable," of her release schedule.

"The TTPD Timetable," Swift wrote in the caption of the animated visual.

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The teaser pans through a building until it arrives at a door labeled "The Tortured Poets Department," where a calendar on the wall reveals that a music video is set to drop on the day of the record release, Friday, April 19, at 8 p.m. ET.

The clip is cropped so the following day isn't within the frame, but it appears as though something may be planned for Saturday, as well.

When the video first plays, it opens to a room that resembles one from Swift's Midnights era before moving out of the space toward the room labeled The Tortured Poets Department — as if signaling a transition toward her next release.

In the Midnights-inspired room, there is a clock on the wall with the hands striking 2 p.m., a sofa, guitar, vinyl records scattered on the floor — including her own 2022 album on a coffee table — photos on the wall and hand-written song lyrics on the floor.

Once the clip scans through a hallway, it stops at The Tortured Poets Department and peeks through a lock on the doorknob to unveil an the all-white interior with desks, including one with a type writer and papers splayed about. On the wall, there is another clock set to 2 p.m. and a bulletin board with photos of the singer-songwriter alongside her timetable.

Taylor Swift's 'The Tortured Poets Department' album artwork
Taylor Swift's 'The Tortured Poets Department' album artwork

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The "Karma" singer has been getting fans excited for the forthcoming release by dropping a series of Easter eggs in the days before it arrives.

Not only has Swift posted a handful of clips featuring snippets of song lyrics, murals have begun to appear in cities like Chicago with QR codes that link to mysterious clips.

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The Grammy winner is also set to bring her new project to life with a special "library installation" at The Grove in Los Angeles that she's curated in collaboration with Spotify.

According to a press release, the pop-up is set to run from April 16-18 and feature shelves of books, as well as "visual surprises," or presumably references and inspirations from the album.

<p>John Shearer/TAS23/Getty</p> Taylor Swift performing in the Eras Tour at Nissan Stadium in Nashville on May 7, 2023

John Shearer/TAS23/Getty

Taylor Swift performing in the Eras Tour at Nissan Stadium in Nashville on May 7, 2023

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Fans have speculated that the LP will explore heartbreak, as the "Cruel Summer" artist recently released a series of five playlists for Apple Music with her songs organized into the "five stages of heartbreak:" denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance.

The Tortured Poets Department also comes nearly a year after Swift and her boyfriend of six years, actor Joe Alywn, broke up.

One day after the hitmaker announced the project while accepting the Grammy for best pop vocal album at the 2024 Grammy Awards, she revealed the official tracklist, which includes songs like "Fortnight," "My Boy Only Breaks His Favorite Toys," "So Long, London," "Florida!!!" and others — giving Swifties ample material to theorize over.

While unveiling the tracklist, Swift also confirmed that Florence and the Machine and Post Malone are the two features on the album.

Fans will be able to listen to The Tortured Poets Department on Friday, April 19.

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