Taylor Swift's Next Re-Release Is 'Red (Taylor's Version)'

The expanded 30-track re-recording comes this November

BY Megan LaPierrePublished Jun 18, 2021

Swifties have been voraciously trying to decode which re-recorded album will follow Taylor Swift's April release of Fearless (Taylor's Version). She took to Instagram to finally let them know that 2012's Red is up next, slated for a November 19 release as Red (Taylor's Version).

"This will be the first time you hear all 30 songs that were meant to go on Red," Swift wrote in an Instagram caption today. She teased: "And hey, one of them is even ten minutes long," in reference to the infamous extended-version of fan-favourite "All Too Well."

Back in 2019, Scott Borchetta sold Scooter Braun the masters for Swift's first six albums. She swiftly announced plans to re-record her old catalogue, and she's been doing just that.

​Red is widely considered to be amongst Swift's best work. Released in October 2021, it was the singer-songwriter's first pivot to into deliberate pop soundscapes, assisted with production by Max Martin. The 16-track album generated some of Swift's biggest singles to date, including "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" and "I Knew You Were Trouble."

Check out Swift's announcement in the Instagram post below.

Read Exclaim!'s review of Fearless (Taylor's Version).

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