Taylor Swift just gave us our first surprise of 2021.
The singer released the deluxe edition of Evermore, which was originally only available in physical edition, on streaming services. For fans who haven't gotten physical copies of the album, this means that they can finally listen to the two bonus tracks, "Right Where You Left Me" and "It's Time to Go" for the first time.
Taylor still hasn't released anything on her social media about the surprise releases, but fans had been hoping for the special edition's digital release after she had done the same thing with Folklore and that album's bonus track, "The Lakes".
There's no word on whether or not Taylor also plans to re-release the album as chapters or a live album, which she had also previously done with Folklore.
This re-release also gives Taylor a brand new chance to regain the number one spot on the Billboard 200. The album dropped for the first time to number two during its third week on the chart. Playboi Carti took over the top spot from Taylor thanks to the release of his brand new album Whole Lotta Red, which is also his first time topping the chart.
Two of her songs, "No Body, No Crime" and "Coney Island" are set to be the next singles for the album with current radio release dates of January 11 and January 18, respectively.
With all this big Evermore news, this means that Taylor is just getting things started with this new album and we can't wait to see what she comes up with next.
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