Taylor Swift folklore Limited Beige Coloured 2 x Vinyl LP
Surprise album from the Queen Of Country Pop. Taylor Swift emerges from lockdown with a 17 track album of intimate indie folktronica, produced by Aaron Dessner from the National. Written by Taylor with Dessner, Justin vernon, Jack Antonoff and the mysterious William Bowery, it’s an understated masterpiece of stripped back acoustic electronica, reminiscent of Sufjan Stevens in places; the Autumn to the Summery tie-dye pop of Lover. It also features a duet with Bon Iver.
- The 1
- The Last Great American Dynasty
- Exile (featuring Bon Iver)
- My Tears Ricochet
- This Is Me Trying
- Illicit Affairs
- Invisible String
- Mad Woman
Studio albums and Other Album in store
Taylor Swift (2006)
Speak Now (2010)
Red is the fourth studio album by Taylor Swift, and her last to feature a country sound. It was released on October 22, 2012, by Big Machine Records, as the follow-up to her third studio album, Speak Now. The album title was inspired by the “semi-toxic relationships” that Swift experienced during the process of conceiving this album, with Swift describing the emotions she felt as “red emotions” due to their intense and tumultuous nature. Red touches on Swift’s signature themes of love and heart.
Taylor Swift returns with a surprise Ninth album again produced by Aaron Dessner of the National. It’s a mostly acoustic masterpiece showing her deepening musicanship and unforgettable hooks. Evermore is a breathtaking companion to summer’s Folklore.
Taylor Swift Folklore Vinyl LP Available Now