If you’re looking to recapture the excitement of Taylor Swift’s 2014 album 1989, then look no further. We’ve compiled a short list of some of her newly released vault tracks on the album so you can dive right into the listening experience in 1989 Taylor’s version.
This song is the ultimate diss track to all of Taylor’s haters. It’s her unique way of owning the title she is often given due to the media’s criticism of her dating life. Swift’s lyrics are a personal account of her experience having a very public dating life, and the highs and lows of being a pop sensation. Taylor’s sound is a melodic melody of nostalgia and it’s definitely one to keep an ear out for.
“Say Don’t Go”
This song has an upbeat sound and an emotional chorus that captures Swift’s experience and pain of being in love and being led on for a long time. It’s an emotional ride, but a testament to Swift’s innate writing capabilities.
“Now That We Don’t Talk”
This is Swift’s record shortest song ever produced and is sure to be a hit. It’s a short and catchy tune that is sure to remain in your head long after it ends.
This song is reminiscent of Folklore with its strong fairytale storytelling capabilities and immaculate detail. It’s sure to be stuck in your head!