Taylor Swift Teases seventh album to be released this April

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The 29-year-old star updated her official website to add a countdown clock with an end date of April 26, while she has changed her Twitter and Instagram bios to read “4.26”.

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Taylor released her sixth album, ‘Reputation’, in November 2017. Back in February, she sparked speculation she was set to announce details of her seventh album after she posted a series of cryptic images on her social media profiles alluding to the number seven.

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These included a picture of her sitting on the seventh step of a spiral staircase and a graphic of seven palm trees with a starry blue sky. The pop superstar simply captioned the tree artwork with seven palm tree emojis and added a pink heart to her stair picture, which also featured a piano on display.

In November, Taylor signed a global recording agreement with Universal Music Group. The multi-year agreement sees UMG act as the exclusive worldwide recorded music partner for Swift, whilst UMG’s Republic Records will serve as her label partner in America.

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Meanwhile, Taylor recently admitted her music is heavily influenced by “nostalgia” and she loves the “challenge” of mixing personal moments with catchy pop tracks.

She continued: “I love writing songs because I love preserving memories, like putting a picture frame around a feeling you once had. I like to use nostalgia as inspiration when I’m writing songs for the same reason I like to take photographs. I like to be able to remember the extremely good and extremely bad times.

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“The fun challenge of writing a pop song is squeezing those evocative details into the catchiest melodic cadence you can possibly think of. I thrive on the challenge of sprinkling personal mementos and shreds of reality into a genre of music that is universally known for being, well, universal.”

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