Taylor Swift 1989 (Taylor’s Version): Release Date, Track List, Vault Songs, Features And More!

1989 (Taylor’s Version) is the upcoming fourth re-recorded album by American singer-songwriter Taylor Swift. It is a re-recording of Swift’s fifth studio album, 1989 (2014), and follows Speak Now (Taylor’s Version) as her second album in 2023. It is a part of Swift’s counteraction to her 2019 masters dispute.

The announcement of 1989 came just as Taylor finished the first part of her Eras Tour in the U.S. on August 9, also 8/9. Six shows of the event took place at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles. Because of this milestone and the ‘8/9’ date, fans had wondered for weeks if the singer would announce 1989 (Taylor’s Version) at the show, and she did.

At a different Eras Tour show earlier this year, she announced that Speak Now (Taylor’s Version) would be out on a specific date. Here’s everything we know, including the release date, track list, Vault Songs, features and more.

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What Is The Cover Art For 1989 (Taylor’s Version)?

Swift showed off the album cover during her Eras Tour. Like the original album, it has a blue sky and seagulls flying in the background. Swift can also be seen with her hair blowing in the wind and wearing her signature red lipstick. Swift showed the four back covers on September 20. They have different pictures of Swift on the beach and eating ice cream.

What Is The Cover Art For 1989 (Taylor's Version)?

When Will 1989 (Taylor’s Version) Be Released?

Taylor Swift Announces “1989 (Taylor’s Version)” is coming out. The release date was announced at the last Eras concert in Los Angeles. 1989 (Taylor’s Version) will come out on October 27, 2023, 9 years after the first version. Technically, the 1989 (Taylor’s Version) era has already begun since Taylor released the first re-recorded song, “Wildest Dreams (Taylor’s Version),” in September 2021. The trailer for the animated movie Spirit Untamed used the song, and it later became popular on TikTok. Taylor also published ‘This Love (Taylor’s Version)’ in May 2022.

1989 (Taylor’s Version) Track List: How Many Vault Songs Will There Be?

Taylor Swift announced in her Instagram post that the new record will have five songs from her vault. “To be completely honest, this is my Favourite re-record I’ve ever done because the 5 From The Vault tracks are so crazy,” she teased about the new songs. “I can’t believe that they were ever abandoned. Not for long, though!”

Swift later hinted that the Target vinyl version of the record, which is now available for pre-order, would have a bonus track. Here is a list of all of the songs in 1989 (Taylor’s Version):

  1. ‘Welcome To New York (Taylor’s Version)’
  2. ‘Blank Space (Taylor’s Version)’
  3. ‘Style (Taylor’s Version)’
  4. ‘Out Of The Woods (Taylor’s Version)’
  5. ‘All You Had To Do Was Stay (Taylor’s Version)’
  6. ‘Shake It Off (Taylor’s Version)’
  7. ‘I Wish You Would (Taylor’s Version)’
  8. ‘Bad Blood (Taylor’s Version)’
  9. ‘Wildest Dreams (Taylor’s Version)’
  10. ‘How You Get The Girl (Taylor’s Version)’
  11. ‘This Love (Taylor’s Version)’
  12. ‘I Know Places (Taylor’s Version)’
  13. ‘Clean (Taylor’s Version)’
  14. ‘Wonderland (Taylor’s Version)’
  15. ‘You Are In Love (Taylor’s Version)’
  16. ‘New Romantics (Taylor’s Version)’
  17. ‘”SLUT!” (Taylor’s Version) (From The Vault)’
  18. ‘Say Don’t Go (Taylor’s Version) (From The Vault)’
  19. ‘Now That We Don’t Talk (Taylor’s Version) (From The Vault)’
  20. ‘Suburban Legends (Taylor’s Version) (From The Vault)’
  21. ‘Is It Over Now? (Taylor’s Version) (From The Vault)’
  22. TBA [Tangerine Vinyl Exclusive]

1989 (Taylor's Version) Track List How Many Vault Songs Will There Be

What Are The Titles Of The 1989 (Taylor’s Version) Vault Songs?

Swift began teasing the track names from the vault on September 19 as she “opened” the 1989 vault. She shared a video on instagram. In video she wrote in captioned: “You can tell me when the *search* is over… if the high was worth the pain. 😎


The next day, Taylor Nation posted a clip of Swift reading the names of the last four vault songs, which were “Is It Over Now?,” “Now That We Don’t Talk,” “Say Don’t Go,” and “Suburban Legends.”

Will 1989 (Taylor’s Version) Have Any Collaborators?

Accoridng to People, Swift has yet to say who else will work on the new record with her. The original record was written with many different people, including Jack Antonoff, Ryan Tedder, and Max Martin. She also helped write the song “Clean” on the record.

In October 2022, Heap wrote that she was “working on a little rework of a certain song for a certain artist” in the studio. Fans thought that she was working with Swift again.

Fans have long thought Swift could work with her ex-boyfriend Harry Styles on a vault track, like a new version of “Style,” which is believed to be about the singer. But more needs to be made sure.

Fans have also thought that Swift and Kendrick Lamar are working on a new version of “Bad Blood” because Lamar was seen at Swift’s party at Electric Lady Studios in New York City in May.

Will 1989 (Taylor's Version) Have Any Collaborators

Where To Buy 1989 (Taylor’s Version)?

On Swift’s official website, you can pre-order the record right now. She sold the description on vinyl, cassette, and “special edition deluxe CDs” in four colours. According to the website, each set has five “unique double-sided collectable photo cards with 15 never-before-seen photos and lyrics from The Vault.” There will also be CDs only sold at Target and a tangerine vinyl with an extra track.

What Will Taylor Swift’s Next Album Be That She Has Re-Recorded?

After putting out 1989 (Taylor’s Version), Swift still has Reputation (Taylor’s Version) and Taylor Swift (Taylor’s Version) to re-record. Fans think Reputation will be her next re-recording because she has hidden Easter eggs in her music videos.

Swift is seen in the music video for “Karma” carrying a cup of coffee that looks like a clock, with her thumbs at 8 and 2. Some think her black and blue nail polish reflects Reputation (Taylor’s Version) and 1989 (Taylor’s Version), and their places on the clock could show when the albums will be released. Since 1989 (Taylor’s Version) was put at number 8 for August, it’s possible that Reputation (Taylor’s Version) could be revealed in February.

Swift’s “New Year’s Day” performance from Reputation as the last surprise song on the U.S. part of her era tour added more evidence.

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