The Taylor Swift “Midnights” waiting era has arrived, and just like in “Reputation,” we are prepared!
Tay Tay took the initiative and put everyone in the loop on what was to come in the coming week to put Swifties on the right track.
The schedule, titled “Midnights Manifest,” begins on October 20, Thursday, the eve of the “Midnights” album release. A teaser trailer for the album will be released on social media at an unspecified time, along with the Third Quarter of “Thursday Night Football” on Amazon’s streaming service, Prime Video.
Taylor Swift’s new album, “Midnights,” will be available on select music streaming platforms such as Apple Music and Spotify at midnight on that day, October 21, EDT.
Taylor is keeping everyone on their toes at 3:00 AM EDT on the same day for a “very special chaotic surprise” at dawn. The much-anticipated lead single “Anti-Hero” music video will soon be available on YouTube at 8:00 AM.
Following the music video’s release, a #TSAntiHeroChallenge will be available on YouTube Shorts. The lyric music videos for the 13 tracks will also be available on YouTube at 8:00 PM.
Saturday is relatively quiet, with the only event being the Target release of the “Midnights” Lavender edition. The Target-exclusive record’s three bonus tracks would also be released.
Tay Tay will let everyone rest over the weekend, but the Manifest wants everyone to listen to the album.
On the other hand, Taylor will make her first television appearance on “The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon” on Monday, October 24, to promote “Midnights,” among other things.
Swift will fly to the United Kingdom to appear on “The Graham Norton Show” the following day to promote her newly released album.
“Midnights” is expected to top the Billboard 200 charts in its first week of release. If she succeeds, she will join Barbara Streisand in having ten albums debut at No. 1 on the all-genre blending albums chart.
Taylor Swift’s 10th studio album, “Midnights,” was announced last August 2022 during her acceptance speech for Video of the Year at the 2022 MTV VMAs. It excludes the two re-recorded albums, “Fearless (Taylor’s Version)” and “Red (Taylor’s Version).”