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Taylor Swift Posts New 'Folklore' Live Album To Streaming Services

Wednesday, 25 November 2020 Written by Jon Stickler

Taylor Swift has posted a new 'Folklore' live album online.

It arrives after the superstar surprise released the Folklore: The Long Pond Studio Sessions documentary onto the streaming platform Disney+ yesterday (November 24). The film chronicles the making of Swift's latest album, which arrived back in the summer after its creation during the COVID-19 lockdown period.

The record contains recordings of the 'Folklore' songs from Long Pong Studio in Hudson, New York, owned by collaborator and the National guitarist Aaron Dessner. 

As a preview, the singer has shared a live studio performance clip of the track Exile featuring Bon Iver's Justin Vernon. Check it out below alongside the record in full.

In related news, Swift has been nominated for four 2021 Grammy Awards, including nods for Album Of The Year and Best Pop Solo Performance for Cardigan, which is also up for Song Of The Year.

Earlier in 2020, Swift cancelled her London BST Hyde Park summer show due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, as well as the rest of her Lover Fest Tour, which included festival appearances in Europe and North America.

 



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