Taylor Swift announced Thursday that she’s giving the Swifties a big surprise in the form of four new songs before the start of her tour.
“To celebrate The Eras Tour, I will be releasing 4 unreleased songs tonight at midnight,” he revealed on his Instagram Stories. All four tracks feature re-recordings of Swift’s dual contributions to the 2012 soundtrack for The Hunger Games — “Eyes Open” and “Safe & Sound” featuring Joy Williams and John Paul White, as well as “If This Was a Movie (Taylor’s Version)” and the never-before-heard song “All of the Girls You Loved Before.”
In particular, the superstar re-recording of her The Hunger Games The collaboration with The Civil Wars marks the first time Williams and White have appeared together since the duo’s controversial breakup in 2014.
“If This Was a Movie” was originally released as a bonus track on the deluxe version of Speak Nowperhaps lending credence to rampant fan theories that the 2010 album will be the next re-recording Swift plans to release after both. Fearless (Taylor’s Version) and Red (Taylor’s Version) in 2021.
The Eras Tour is scheduled to kick off Friday with back-to-back shows in Glendale, Arizona, which has been temporarily renamed Swift City in honor of Swift’s impending arrival.
Rachel Zegler said the hollywood reporter on Tuesday Shazam! fury of the gods Los Angeles premiere that failed to secure tickets for Swift’s tour and blamed Ticketmaster’s error.
“I got screwed over by Ticketmaster too, guys. Celebrities are just like us, no I don’t have tickets,” said the actress and Swift fan. “I just want everyone who worked so hard to get those seats to get them and be able to see it. I’ll see her another time.
A version of this story first appeared on Billboard.com.