With a Grammy win, Taylor Swift announces the release of her new album, The Tortured Poet’s Department

In addition to winning a Grammy Award that was well-deserved, Taylor Swift also debuted her newest song, The Tortured Poet’s Department. With the win for Best Pop Vocal Album for her album Midnights, the singer of Cruel Summer has now won 13 Grammys. The whole fan base was thrilled by this unexpected announcement, which came after subtle hints to Rep TV. Additionally, the singer-songwriter provided some information about the record.

Taylor Swift has revealed the Department of Tortured Poets:

“All right, this is my 13th Grammy, which is my lucky number,” Swift said at the beginning of her address. “I would want to express my gratitude to the Recording Academy members for their vote. The singer accepted her 13th Grammy, saying, “But I know that the way the Recording Academy voted is a direct reflection of the passion of the fans.” “I want to say thank you to the fans by sharing with you a secret that I’ve been keeping for the past two years: my brand-new album is coming out on April 19,” she went on.

The Love Story crooner went on to announce her new album, stating, “It’s called the Tortured Poets Department.” I’m going backstage right now to upload the cover. I’m grateful. I love you. I’m thankful.

Date of release and details for The Tortured Poet’s Department:

The unexpected reveal of Taylor Swift’s eleventh studio album, The Tortured Poet’s Department, has her fans in a frenzy. The singer disclosed that she has spent the last two years working on this record.

According to reports, Taylor Swift’s upcoming album, The Tortured Poets Department, will have a lengthy 35-minute vinyl pre-order line. The deluxe edition of the CD will have the bonus track The Manuscript, whereas the regular edition of the album will only have 16 tracks.

The announcement, which was made public on April 19, 2024, was accompanied by an unexpected Instagram reveal of the cover art, which connected the dots with her previous cryptic hints. Her Grammys ensemble and social media profile photos, which included a monochromatic pattern, suddenly have a whole new significance that suggests the album’s possible artistic direction. “Everything’s fair in love and poetry… new album,” was her caption for the photo. The Department of Tortured Poets.