It's time for more new Taylor Swift music!
The singer, 31, will soon release Fearless (Taylor's Version), including re-recordings of 20 songs from Fearless, her second album. Former Nashville record company Big Machine Label Group, where she first signed at age 15, previously owned the rights to Fearless since its 2008 release. The new version will also include six never-before-released songs.
Swift is dropping the first of those six "From the Vault" songs at midnight, titled "You All Over Me," featuring background vocals from country star Maren Morris. Good Morning America shared a sneak peek of the song Thursday morning, premiering about 20 seconds of the tune.
"But no amount of freedom gets you clean/ I've still got you all over me," Swift sings in the snippet.
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Announcing the song's release, Swift wrote on social media Wednesday that she "can't wait" for fans to hear it.
"One thing I've been loving about these From The Vault songs is that they've never been heard, so I can experiment, play, and even include some of my favorite artists," she said. "I'm really excited to have @marenmorris singing background vocals on this song!!"
The previously unheard songs are ones that "almost made the original Fearless album," Swift explained during a brief pre-taped appearance on Good Morning America last month.
In November 2020, Swift was legally allowed to re-record her first five albums, which Scooter Braun gained ownership of last year following his $330 million deal with Big Machine Label Group. Swift previously spoke out after Braun sold her masters to a company called Shamrock Holdings for $300 million.
Swift's first five albums includes Fearless, which won four Grammy Awards, and includes her hit songs "You Belong with Me," "Love Story," and "Fifteen."
Since leaving Big Machine, Swift signed with Republic Records and Universal Music Group in an agreement to own the rights to her music going forward. In 2019, she released Lover as well as her two pandemic albums folklore and evermore.
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