Taylor Swift and Haim performed the ‘Evermore’ track ‘No Body, No Crime’ live at the first concert of the ‘Eras’ tour in Seattle last night (July 22).
Haim is supporting Swift on the final leg of her North American stadium tour and broke into the 2020 song during the ‘Evermore’ segment of the set.
Elsewhere on the show, Swift performed the Ed Sheeran collaboration “Everything Has Changed” from the 2012 album “Red” for the first time in a decade, and debuted “This Is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things” on the “Eras” tour.
See pictures of all the performances below.
With the release of Speak Now (Taylor’s Version) this month, Swift became the first woman in history to have four Billboard Top 10 albums simultaneously. This is the first time a woman has achieved this feat since Billboard combined the mono and stereo album charts into one chart in August 1963.
As well as having the most albums in the Top 10 at one time, his twelfth No. With “Speak Now (Taylor’s Version),” she surpasses the previous record holder Barbra Streisand, who had 11 number 1 albums.
Speak Now (Taylor’s Version)” is her third re-recorded album, following 2021’s “Fearless (Taylor’s Version)” and “Red (Taylor’s Version)”.
Swift will bring her hit “Eras” tour to an international stage after numerous concerts in North America. The UK and European tour will start on 9th May 2024 in Paris and will end on 17th August 2024 in London.
This month, the singer announced 14 new “Eras” tour dates across the UK and EU, with Paramore supporting them. The new gigs seem to rule her out as a possible headliner for Glastonbury 2024.