Taylor Swift affirms UK ‘Midnights’ tour is occurring
- October 19, 2022
A post on Taylor Swift’s website has affirmed that a UK ‘Midnights’ tour is occurring.
Fans who pre-order her new album from the official UK store will get a pre-sale code access “for forthcoming and yet to be announced Taylor Swift show dates” as per a post on Swift’s website.
The post continued: “If you have already pre-ordered via this store you are automatically eligible too receive a code for access to the pre-sale and do not need to order again.”
The post proceeded to say that pre-sale subtleties and additional data would be affirmed at a later date. At this point, no tour dates have been revealed.
Recently, Swift declared subtleties of the first single from her forthcoming album ‘Midnights’, and shared some of its lyrics on billboards.
The singer will release her tenth album on Friday (October 21), and has already affirmed an interview on The Tonight Show Featuring Jimmy Fallon the next Monday (October 24).
In a social media post, the singer has now affirmed a host of different events occurring in the week around the album’s release, including the release of an official video for the single ‘Anti-Hero’ at 8am EST (1pm BST) on album release day.
Swift pronounced the track ‘Anti-Hero’ to be “one of my favourite songs I’ve ever written”, and noted of its significance: “I really don’t think I’ve delved this far into my insecurities in this detail before.”
On Thursday (October 20), a teaser trailer will be displayed in the third quarter of Thursday Night Football on Amazon Prime Video, while a “special very chaotic surprise” is likewise set to happen at 3am EST (8am BST) on Friday. Lyric videos will then, at that point, follow later that evening.
Swift is yet to see any material from ‘Midnights’, rather promoting it with a series of videos explaining the stories behind tracks. On Wednesday (October 12), she focused on ‘Snow On The Beach’, her forthcoming collaboration with Lana Del Rey: “[The song] is about falling in love with someone at the same time as they’re falling in love with you,” she said in a video shared on social media.
‘Midnights’ is the follow-up to Swift’s two 2020 albums, ‘Folklore’ and ‘Evermore’, as well as last year’s re-recorded versions of ‘Fearless’ and ‘Red’.