Taylor Swift’s latest album, “Midnights,” was just released, but fans are already speculating on which era of her re-recorded albums she will release next. Swifties have recently pointed out hints that the next “Taylor’s Version” album will be “Speak Now.”
According to Billboard, the pop star sent fans into a frenzy after announcing “The Eras” tour, where the singer would perform in various cities across the United States.
Aside from that, many online users speculated that “Speak Now” would be the singer’s next album, citing hints in the tour announcement.
Fans noticed that Swift’s pose in the poster looks exactly like the lead single from her 2010 album, “Mine,” and that her hairstyle in the illustration also looks strikingly similar to her previous cover art.
Furthermore, Swift’s caption for the announcement had a more obvious hint, writing:
“I’m enchanted to announce my next tour: Taylor Swift | The Eras Tour, a journey through the musical eras of my career (past and present!).”
Many fans noticed her referencing the song “Enchanted.”
Capitol One, the official partner of “The Eras” tour, hinted at the possibility that “Speak Now” is the next era by tweeting three purple squares and two white squares.
Swift has not confirmed whether the ongoing rumors are true as of this writing, but some users believe the album will be released before the tour begins next year.
Speak Now was released on October 25, 2010, and includes some of the pop star’s most popular songs to date, including “Sparks Fly,” “Mine,” “Mean,” and many more.
Taylor Swift has become the first artist to hold all ten top spots on Billboard’s Hot 100 chart. All of the songs were taken from the singer’s tenth studio album, “Midnights.”
The Hot 100 list included all 20 songs, including those from the deluxe edition dubbed “3am Edition.”
The “Paper Rings” singer expressed her delight on Twitter, writing, “10 out of 10 of the Hot 100??? On my 10th album??? I AM IN SHAMBLES.”
Drake held the previous record with only nine spots on the chart. All of the songs were from his album “Certified Lover Boy.”