August seems to be a big month for Taylor Swift’s fans since she released her seventh studio album Lover. This album was finished on February 24, 2019， when Taylor Swift posted a photo of seven palm trees to her Instagram account. The lead single is “Me!” featuring Brendon Urie of Panic! at the Disco. Taylor Swift described the album as a “love letter to love, in all of its maddening, passionate, exciting, enchanting, horrific, tragic, wonderful glory.” and some say it is a romantic album about love both in happiness, loneliness, and sadness.
Featuring Brendon Urie, the lead vocalist of Panic! at the Disco, the song Lover is released on April 26, 2019, as the lead single of this album. This bubblegum pop and synth-pop song received mixed reviews from music critics. “campy“ ”bubbly“ ”a totally canonical Taylor Lead Single“ are some words they are using to describe this song.
Some believe this song is the momentary escape we all need while some think it has almost none of the elements that once made her interesting. The music video for “Me!” was said to receive 65.2 million views within its first day of release, breaking the 24-hour Vevo record. The number has reached 255,033,874 as of August 21, 2019. There is also something interesting in this video in which Swift put multiple Easter eggs, pointing to clues about the new album, single and tour.
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“You Need to Calm Down” was released on June 14, 2019, as the second single from Taylor Swift new album Lover. She addresses homophobia and her critics in this song. The title of this song was implied in the music video for “Me!” when Brendon Urie shouted the title in French. Similarly, several Easter eggs can be found in its lyric video.
The music video was released on June 17 and contained a lot of appearances of LGBT celebrities. The political implication of this song, however, received mixed reviews, such as the negative depiction of the anti-LGBT protestors while some publications and LGBT personalities have defended Taylor Swift. The video was nominated for nine awards at the 2019 MTV Video Music Awards, becoming the most nominated video of the night.
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This synth-pop song was released on July 23, 2019, as the first promotional single from the new album. Written and produced within two hours, this song features heavy synthesizers, minimalistic sounds, and a slow groove as the fifth track from the upcoming seventh studio album. She said that she puts the most honest, emotional, vulnerable and person track at this position in her album.
This song documents the highs and lows of Swift’s relationships with beautiful and artful lyrics and has received wide praises from both her fans and music critics. In the lyric video, all the lyrics use a handwriting font and the background is made up of the colorful clouds moving, building a fantasy and kind of heavy atmosphere. The music video for this song has been not released yet.
The title track was released as the third single for her seventh studio album of the same name on August 16, 2019. This country ballad features a booming snare, slow tempo, and guitar-centric sound. Taylor Swift attempted to convey an emotional spectrum and vulnerability by looking at feelings like sadness and loneliness through a romantic gaze.
She announced on her social media that the music video for “Lover” will premiere on YouTube on August 22, 2019, just one day before the album release. This track has received wide acclaim from music critics and some of them describe “Lover” as “the song you should slow-dance to with your partner this weekend”, “effectively transmits its romantic signals by putting the songwriting of Swift -- a masterful writer who gets the solo credit here -- front and center”.
The official audio for I Forgot That You Existed was published on August 22, 2019. A lot of fans believe that the lyrics of this song are actually about her ex Calvin Harris, who she split from in 2016. But some believe that it is actually a long wait if that is what this is considering they split up in 2016 and this is not the first album Swift has released since their breakup.
But many fans still stick to their own views since Swift is known for referencing her exes in lyrics and other tracks are obviously Harris-free. But as of this moment, Swift hasn't said a word about such speculation. Maybe she just “forgot” to put this on Reputation.
The official audio for Cruel Summer was published on August 23, 2019, and has received 1,861,837 views on YouTube as of August 26, 2019. The song talks about the summer of 2016 when she was in the lowest of her career. It tells a more humanizing version of that ill-fated period and sets the tone for the new album’s warmer, more inviting vibes. It is also regarded as her most infectious song since that run of singles from 1989. She’s back and those dark days appear to be over.
The official audio for The Man was released on August 22, 2019, and has been watched 1,932,574 times as of August 26, 2019. This track is described as a brilliant portrayal of the subtle and not-so-subtle sexism women face every day.
In the catchy chorus, she sings as “I’m so sick of running as fast as I can/ Wondering if I'd get there quicker if I was a man", which implies the criticism about her meteoric rise and success over the years. She talks about Leo DiCaprio whose dating history has never been used against him in talking about his career. When it comes to Taylor, however, her demeanor and style of dress are always used to deny her recognition that she thinks she deserves.
The official audio for this track was published on August 22, 2019， and has received 627,518 views on YouTube as of August 26, 2019. At 2:30, this track is the shortest song on the album, and actually, it is the shortest song on any of her album. Some hold the opinion that it is the most captivating song on Lover and is unlike anything we have heard from Taylor Swift before.
The song itself is not a typical one for Swift, telling a love story that starts in grade school classrooms and ends with a weekend in bed together. It seems that this track is huddled up in the farthest, shadowiest corner of Taylor Swift’s Lover. It’s the hidden treasures, however, that really make record like Lover worth getting so excited for.
The official audio for I Think He Knows was released on August 22, 2019, as the sixth track on her latest studio album and has received 970,920 views on YouTube as of August 26, 2019. It seems like she describes her boyfriend Joe Alwyn pretty explicitly in the lyrics as “
He got that boyish look that I like in a man / I am an architect, I’m drawing up the plans / It’s like I’m 17, nobody understands / No one understands“.
It is considered as an album highlight loaded with pop-funk bravado.
The official audio for Miss Americana & the Heartbreak Prince was released on August 22, 2019, and has received 1,207,200 views on YouTube as of August 26, 2019. This track is regarded as a glittering dream of youthful romance and representative for the American Dream. It mixes prom vibes with old school Americana vibes with a new age love story. Just like what she said in the lyrics, “
I’m lost in the lights / American glory faded before me / Now I’m feeling hopeless, ripped up my prom dress / Running through rose thorns, I saw the scoreboard / And ran for my life”.
The official audio for Paper Rings was released on August 22, 2019, and has received 1,213,223 views on YouTube as of August 26, 2019. This super fun song seems to be inspired by her boo Joe Alwyn. As many people pointed out, paper is the first traditional present when it comes to anniversary gifts and a paper ring also suggested marriage. In this way Paper Rings is a quite romantic song and expresses that material things do not matter to her in a relationship by singing “
I like shiny things, but I'd marry you with paper rings / Uh huh, that's right / Darling, you're the one I want, and / I hate accidents except when we went from friends to this / Uh huh, that's right / Darling, you're the one I want, and / Paper rings and picture frames and dirty dreams”.
The official audio for Comelia Street was released on August 22, 2019, as the ninth track on the new album and has received 1,245,919 views on YouTube as of August 26, 2019. The title of this song refers to the 23 Cornelia Street townhouse she once rented. The main theme of this song is not wanting to lose you.
It seems like a kind of fear happens during the first year of a relationship. Just like you are over-the-moon happy about something fantastic you have, but you can’t help worrying about whether you gonna lose it. The track is supposed to recall Taylor Swift’s early relationship memories or feelings with Alwyn.
The official audio for Death by a Thousand Cuts was released on August 22, 2019, as the tenth track on the new album and has received 619,911 views on YouTube as of August 26, 2019. It is about the challenge of getting over a lover and references a form of torture in ancient China in which a prisoner would slowly bleed to death from thousands of small cuts. Even though it seems a dark subject, the music itself is light, catchy just as other music of the album.
She talks about a movie on Netflix called Someone Great, which seems to give her inspiration about the lyrics of this song. "
It's a movie about how she has to end this relationship that she didn't want to end because she's still in love with the person but they just grew apart and he's not a jerk. It's just sad because time passed and now we're different people and that is the most devastating thing."
The official audio for London Boy was released on August 22, 2019, and has received 1,315,033 views on YouTube as of August 26, 2019. This track is overtly written about Joe Alwyn. It names specific places and activities in London, such as “walking Camden Market in the afternoon” or “took me back to Highgate, met all of his best mates”.
Some Londoners, however, hold some different views like “no one enjoys waling Camden Market in the afternoon”. Some even calculated the time it would take to travel to all of the places mentioned in this song and concluded that it would be 5 hours and 15 minutes.
The official audio for Soon You’ll Get Better featuring Dixie Chicks was released on August 22, 2019, and has received 1,414,607 views on YouTube as of August 26, 2019. This track talked about her mother and her continued battle with breast cancer. The vulnerable lyrics of this song make her mother’s routine hospital visits sound all the more real and all the more heartbreaking. Just like what she says in the song “Desperate people find faith, so now I pray to Jesus, too”. The collaboration with Dixie Chicks had such a critical influence on her career since the first tune she ever learned on guitar was a track by the band.
The official audio for False God was released on August 22, 2019, and has received 707,384 views on YouTube as of August 26, 2019. The title probably makes some think about current political climate. But it is a hard core love ballad indeed and has nothing to do with politics. In the lyrics, she expresses how she worships her lover like a religion, singing like “
But we might just get away with it / Religion's in your lips / Even if it's a false god / We'd still worship / We might just get away with it / The altar is my hips / Even if it's a false god / We’d still worship this love”.
The official audio for Afterglow was released on August 22, 2019, as the fifteenth song on her new album and has received 947,729 views on YouTube as of August 26, 2019. She has been increasingly candid about her own insecurities and emotions in this album and this song is especially meaning after so many albums dedicated to condemning the actions of exes. In this album, she fully takes the blame for a catastrophe in a relationship by singing “
Hey, it’s all me, in my head / I’m the one who burned us down / But it’s not what I meant / Sorry that I hurt you / I don’t wanna do, I don’t wanna do this to you / I don’t wanna lose, I don’t wanna lose this with you”.
The official audio for Daylight was released on August 22, 2019, as the final song on her Lover album and has reviewed 2,166,203 views on YouTube. Throughout the song, Swift compares her new relationship to coming up for daylight after “sleeping so long in a twenty-year dark night.”The track talks about redemption and romance and coming out of a “20-year dark night” that she was stuck in. She once said “loving him was red, burning red” in the title track from the 2012 album, but now she sings like “I once believed love would be (Burning red)/ But it’s golden/ Like daylight, like daylight”.
Taylor Swift promoted this album and signals on several live performances. She performed the lead single “Me!” many times, including the first live performance at the 2019 Billboard Music Awards with Brendon Urie at Las Vegas, Nevada, the second performance at the season finale of the sixteenth season of The Voice and so on. She also made a live performance at The Graham Norton Show as a musical guest.
Besides, if you want to know more about these tracks, you can go to watch Behinds the Scenes which show a lot of interesting things during the shooting. If you like, you can also save them to your device for offline watching by clicking the download button below.
The standard album is planned to have 18 tracks and the Target deluxe editions will contain two more tracks of songwriting audio memos from Taylor Swift. Most of them only have official audio versions now. You may also find some explicit lyric videos for these songs posted by individuals.
If you like, you can go to YouTube to watch them. In this case, this article is going to be updated when there are more official music videos or lyric videos released about Taylor Swift Lover, and continue to provide you a method to save those your beloved songs to your device for offline watching.