Taylor Swift has revealed complete tracklist of her upcoming album, "1989", ahead of its release. The album consisting of 13 songs and three bonus tracks is scheduled to hit the stores on 27 October.
The 24-year-old singer announced 13 tracks of her album on her Instagram page, and they are: "Welcome To New York," "Blank Space," "Style," "Out Of The Woods," "All You Had To Do Was Stay," "Shake It Off," "I Wish You Would," "Bad Blood," "Wildest Dreams," "How You Get The Girl," "This Love," "I Know Places," and "Clean."
Interestingly, one of the titles of the song is "Style", which sounds like the name of her ex boyfriend, Harry Styles of One Direction, and it could be about him as she had earlier told Rolling Stone magazine that three of the songs – "Style", "All You Had To Do Was Stay," and "I Wish You Would" are about her ex though she didn't reveal the name.
"Different phases of your life have different levels of deep, traumatising heartbreak," she told the magazine. "And in this period of my life, my heart was not irreparably broken. So it's not as boy-centric of an album, because my life hasn't been boy-centric."
Taylor Swift also suggested that she hasn't dated anyone after the break-up with Harry Styles more than a year ago, so, the songs could be about him.
Interestingly, the song, "Bad Blood" is believed to be about Katy Perry she hasn't revealed the name.
The former country singer released two of the songs, "Shake It Off" and "Out Of The Woods", last week. She then released the teaser of "Welcome To New York" before making it available for download on iTunes and her official website on Tuesday, 21 October.
"I started the album with 'Welcome To New York' because New York has been an important landscape and location for the story of my life in the last couple of years," Swift said in a release obtained by Billboard. "It's like an electric city, and I approached moving there with such wide-eyed optimism. I saw New York as a place of endless potential and possibilities and you can hear that reflected in this music and in this song."