Taylor Swift says she wants to make “as many albums as humanly possible” throughout her career.
The singer has released ten studio albums over her 17-year career, six of them in the last three years, including three re-recorded albums from her back catalogue. This week he also announced the arrival of “Fame” (Taylor Version).
As the first leg of her “Eras” tour wraps up this week in Los Angeles with six sold-out concerts, Swift told the audience that she wants to “stay in touch” with her fans by releasing new music and touring.
According to Variety’s review of one of the concerts, Swift said: “The reason we didn’t tour for five years wasn’t something normal or scheduled. We had a global pandemic; we had much more important things to worry about. “
“But I’ve been doing concerts as a coping mechanism my whole life, since I was 12 years old. I go through a process where I feel things, I write a song about it, I show it to you and I’m like. , ‘ Do you like it? Do you ever like it? Have you felt that way too?”
She added: “And when you’re at a concert, if you nod your head or look me in the eye or sing the lyrics of a song during a concert, that validates that feeling for me and makes me feel like I’m not me. the only person who suffers from it. it feels. It’s my way of dealing with life, so suddenly it’s gone.”
“So I decided, to keep that connection, if I couldn’t play live with you, I was going to release as many records as humanly possible.”
Earlier this week, Swift announced a new set of North American “Eras” Tour dates for 2024.
As the final dates of the first leg of the massive world tour come to a close, he has confirmed that he will be playing more dates in the US, as well as Canada, with multiple dates in Miami, New Orleans, Indianapolis and Toronto .
“It turned out it’s NOT the end of an era!” Swift tweeted to announce the new dates, which will be supported by Gracie Abrams. Verified fan registration for the new dates is now open – register here.
The remaining tickets for next summer’s UK and European dates can be found here.