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Taylor Swift’s Evermore Album: A Better Way to End 2020

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Taylor Swift’s newly released “Evermore” fused emotions from fans and even critics.

Swift recorded-two surprise albums, “Folklore” and “Evermore”, the latter was released Friday just hours after the announcement of the album.

“Evermore” is a sequel of Swift’s mega-hit, “Folklore”. Her album has been aesthetically beautiful and the lyrics were quite of an exploration. “Folklore” had an indie vibe which might be a justification of the word itself.

Her new album left others wondering as to whether the sequel has interconnected to the preceding album which Swift described as a “sister album” to the one she just released.

Variety also concluded on this burst of song compositions during the isolation period and said "This is a bubble we may not want to pop”.

Her song was also rated with a four-star review by The Guardian. They were also impressed with Swift’s ability to shift shape for her songs and traveling between different genres.

Swift has satisfied again her love for four-minute lyrical biographies as she pay tribute to her late grandmother on the song “Marjorie” and her take on a disillusioned wife on the song “Tolerate it”.

'Folklore' is an introspective, romantic older sister, 'Evermore' is the freewheeling younger sibling," NME concluded. "The new album reaps the rewards the stylistic leap of faith that 'Folklore' represented, pushing the boundaries of that sonic palette further still."

“Fans have also been appeased by “Evermore” and according to a superfan “Evermore is ‘folklore’ screaming color.

A famous Swift fan page also wrote: "This was one of the most magical and most beautiful journeys I've ever been through in an album."

Swift in collaboration with Bon Iver and songwriters Jack Antonoff and Aaron Dessner has just pulled off another song album this year and it kept us all connected despite the terrible things happening around as Taylor Swift concluded “I have no idea about a lot of things these days and so I've clung to the one thing that keeps me connected to you all. That thing always has and always will be music. And may it continue, evermore.”

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