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Taylor Swift Reveals ‘The Tortured Poets Department’ Album in 2024 Grammys

Taylor Swift Reveals ‘The Tortured Poets Department’ Album in 2024 Grammys

Taylor Swift Reveals 'The Tortured Poets Department' Album in 2024 Grammys Speech

Taylor Swift announced that she will drop her 11th studio album, ‘The Tortured Poets Department,’ this April 19th. She announced her upcoming TS11 during her acceptance speech this Monday at this year’s Grammy Awards.

Taylor Swift Reveals ‘The Tortured Poets Department’ Album in 2024 Grammys

Taylor truly enjoys delighting her Swifties, as recently revealed an easter egg hours before the Grammys. She changed her social media display pictures to a sepia tone with a black-and-white effect.

The internet buzzed with confusion, mistaking it for her re-recording of her 6th album, ‘Reputation (Taylor’s Version)‘ due to its photo effect. However, during the award ceremony, she revealed that she’ll release a new album.

“My brand new album, comes out April 19th. It’s called The Tortured Poets Department,”

Taylor Swift during her acceptance speech in the 2024 Grammy Awards

In a captivating revelation, Taylor Swift strengthened the announcement of her upcoming TS11 through an Instagram post. She revealed the album cover and a sneak peek into her written poem. Additionally, she symbolically marked the onset of her new era by updating her social media profile picture into a new one.

“All’s fair in love and poetry… New album THE TORTURED POETS DEPARTMENT. Out April 19 🤍

📷: @bethgarrabrant

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Taylor Swift in her recent Instagram post

Furthermore, the Grammys 2024 brought even more thrilling moments and surprises

The evening extends beyond the debut of the new album. Taylor also clinched the ‘Album of the Year‘ award for her latest masterpiece, Midnights. And during her acceptance speech, Taylor praised Lana Del Ray, her co-artist on her song ‘Snow On The Beach.’

Photo by: FRANCIS SPECKER/CBS VIA GETTY | A snapshot of Lana Del Rey and Taylor Swift at the 2024 Grammys.

“I think so many female artists would not be where they are and would not have the inspiration they have if it weren’t for the work that she’s done. I think she’s a legacy artist, a legend in her prime right now.”

Furthermore, in her speech, she also expressed gratitude to her longtime producer, Jack Antonoff. He has been behind the production of most of her (and even Lana‘s) albums in the past few years.

Taylor thrives in a supportive artistic community, fueling her creative process. And we, Swifties, are all thankful for it. Don’t miss ‘The Tortured Poets Department‘ on April 19th!
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