Taylor Swift Revealed Vault Tracks Titles, 1989 New Songs

If you are looking for the complete list of all Taylor Swift 1989 Vault Tracks, you’ve come to the right place! The legendary American singer and songwriter has just launched another surprise campaign for her army of Swifties. This time around, she has joined forces with the IT tech giant, Google. In our article, we will reveal all five tracks from the Vault to be added to 1989 (Taylor’s Version) album.

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Taylor Swift Vault Tracks, 1989 New Songs
Taylor Swift Vault Tracks, 1989 New Songs

Taylor Swift has revealed All Vault Track Titles on 1989

On September 19th, Taylor Swift launched a new viral campaign in partnership with Google. By using their search engine, they have set up a viral marketing campaign where fans can correctly answer various puzzles via a mini-game on Google when they search for her name. Once fans answer correctly 33 million puzzles, the singer will reveal five Taylor Swift Vault Tracks to be added to the 1989 album. These five songs are never-before-seen or heard. Namely, they were initially recorded for her 1989 (2014) album. However, they didn’t make the cut back then.

Nevertheless, the artist has now decided to add these Taylor Swift 1389 Vault Tracks to her upcoming 1989 (Taylor’s Version) album. This re-recording of Swift’s fifth studio album will contain all the songs you love from the original album. However, it will also have five additional “From the Vault” tracks. The albums will launch on October 27, 2023. Nevertheless, the excited fans will have the opportunity to learn about the new songs once Google puzzles are completed.

UPDATE: The first four new tracks have been revealed. “The *search* was worth the pain, because we got a long list of tracks,” says Taylor Nation Twitter. Check out below the names of the first four new tracks. The fifth and final Vault track is yet to be revealed. We will update the article once we know more info:

  1. “Is It Over Now?”
  2. “Now That We Don’t Talk”
  3. “Say Don’t Go”
  4. “Suburban Legends”
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