Taylor Swift can’t stop surprising us! Now with the release of a new extended version of her iconic song Love Story.
The superstar took to social media to announce that she re-recorded the single, revealing she wants to give fans “the whole story.”
This is not the only release Taylor is planning, as she also recorded a full version of her successful album Fearless (Taylor’s Version) with an exclusive six tracks that didn’t make the cut the first time.
She described the new unreleased additions as “songs I adored, but were held back for different reasons.”
“Only I know which songs I wrote that almost made the Fearless album.”
The talented singer had planned to re-record her album, however she never expected it to be such a “fulfilling and emotional” process, and now she is “even more determined to re-record all” her old music.
The 31-year-old artist also described it as “traveling back in time,” and wants her fans to enjoy the new version of the tracks, following her public battle with Scott Borchetta and Big Machine for the master recordings of her first six albums.
Taylor has been very open about the legal battle, calling it her “worst nightmare,” experiencing “incessant, manipulative, bullying.”
This has been a long awaited announcement, after Swifties found a hidden message in one of Taylor’s Instagram posts, with capital letters forming the words “APRIL NINTH,” which could be the official release of the album.