The “vault” track for Taylor Swift’s upcoming 1989 (Taylor’s Version) album has been a topic of much anticipation among Swift fans. The singer has revealed the additional songs that would be featured on her most recent re-recorded album after answering 33 million problems.
The album, whose release date is slated for October 27, including previously unreleased songs like “Is It Over Now?,” “Now That We Don’t Talk,” “So Don’t Go,” and “Suburban Legends.” Fans immediately demanded the title of the fifth extra track, which Swift had said would be included in the set, as well as the identity of an as-yet-unannounced original tune.
Similar to everything Swift does, she surprised Google on Tuesday, September 19th, when she unveiled a brand-new pop-up animation to celebrate the eagerly awaited 1989 release. Fans were encouraged to complete 89 puzzles in order to access the “Taylor’s Vault” track, which resulted in so much Googling that the search engine acknowledged it to be more popular than the top search portals in the globe. “Swifties, there’s a jam in the vault! On Tuesday night, I tweeted, “But don’t worry, there’s no vacancy inside. We’re in the “fix-it” period, so we’ll soon be out of the woods.
Swifties, we’ve liberated it from the jungle! On Wednesday, Google updated its search status with yet another wave of Swift-related phrases, despite the fact that it hadn’t been buried for very long. erected a bridge. Code broken. opened the vault.
The 1989 version was the fourth “Version” that Swift has unveiled since her initial recording project announcement in 2019. She did so back in August. The preceding three songs—Fearless (Taylor’s Version) in 2021 for weeks, Red (Taylor’s Version) in 2021 for one week, and Speak Now (Taylor’s Version) in 2023 for two weeks—all spent time at the top of the Billboard 200.
Swifties, we made it out of the woods!
— Google (@Google) September 20, 2023