Taylor Swift reveals names of FOUR bonus tracks for 1989 re-record after her fans raced to solve 33 million puzzles to 'unlock' her vault

Taylor Swift revealed the names of four bonus tracks off the upcoming re-recording of her fifth studio album 1989, which comes out on October 27.

On Wednesday, after fans managed to unscramble dozens and dozens of word clues on Google to unlock her Vault track titles, her official management team, Taylor Nation, teased that the ‘search was worth the pain.’ 

In a video, uploaded to Taylor Nation’s account, the 12-time Grammy winner could be heard sharing the names of her new song: Is It Over Now?, Now That We Don’t Talk, Say Don’t Go and Suburban Legends.

At this time, details surrounding her fifth bonus song, which is part of her Target-exclusive record, still remain a mystery. 

Exciting: Taylor Swift revealed the names of four bonus tracks off the upcoming re-recording of her fifth studio album 1989, which comes out on October 27; seen on May 27, 2023 in East Rutherford, New Jersey

Exciting: Taylor Swift revealed the names of four bonus tracks off the upcoming re-recording of her fifth studio album 1989, which comes out on October 27; seen on May 27, 2023 in East Rutherford, New Jersey

‘But what about the 5th #1989TaylorsVersionVault track?’ Taylor Nation asked followers.

After it was revealed the track is spelled with the numbers ‘T-S-!-U-L’ earlier this week, many began to speculate the track is either called ‘slut!’ or ‘lust!’ 

Last month, the pop star, 33, announced her next re-release album would be her hit 2014 record 1989. 

Unveiling the album cover on her Instagram page after the show, Taylor gushed that it is ‘my most FAVORITE re-record I’ve ever done because the 5 From The Vault tracks are so insane. I can’t believe they were ever left behind.’ 

The 2014 album, which originally featured 13 songs on the standard version and 16 songs on the deluxe edition, includes her hit singles Shake It Off and Blank Space among others. 

Taylor’s news was met with huge excitement inside the SoFi stadium at Eras Tour show in Los Angeles as she teased:

‘So here we are on the last night of the US leg of the Eras tour on the eighth month of the year, on the ninth day,’ before telling the crowd she had been ‘planning this for a long time.’

Writing on Instagram, Taylor gushed: ‘Surprise!! 1989 Taylor’s Version is on its way to you. The 1989 album changed my life in countless ways, and it fills me with such excitement to announce that my version of it will be out October 27th.

Cracking codes: On Wednesday, after fans managed to unscramble dozens and dozens of word clues on Google to unlock her Vault track titles, her official management team, Taylor Nation, teased that the 'search was worth the pain'

Cracking codes: On Wednesday, after fans managed to unscramble dozens and dozens of word clues on Google to unlock her Vault track titles, her official management team, Taylor Nation, teased that the ‘search was worth the pain’

New tracks: In a video, uploaded to Taylor Nation's account, the 12-time Grammy winner could be heard sharing the names of her new song: Is It Over Now?, Now That We Don't Talk, Say Don't Go and Suburban Legends

New tracks: In a video, uploaded to Taylor Nation’s account, the 12-time Grammy winner could be heard sharing the names of her new song: Is It Over Now?, Now That We Don’t Talk, Say Don’t Go and Suburban Legends

More to come: At this time, details surrounding her fifth bonus song, which is part of her Target-exclusive record, still remain a mystery

More to come: At this time, details surrounding her fifth bonus song, which is part of her Target-exclusive record, still remain a mystery

The Taylor’s Version of 1989 had been rumoured by fans for weeks, with the star dropping Easter Eggs for Swifties during her current world tour.

Ahead of her LA run of gigs, SoFi stadium posted four telling photos with clues pointing to the 1989 album.

Taylor has been remaking her earlier albums after a dispute with her old label Big Machine Records.

She has so far released Fearless (Taylor’s Version) Red (Taylor’s Version) before Speak Now (Taylor’s Version) in July.

Back in 2019, Taylor took to her Tumblr to reveal ‘bully’ Scooter Braun acquired the label she was previously at Big Machine Records.

Last month, Swift announced her next re-release album would be her hit 2014 record 1989

Last month, Swift announced her next re-release album would be her hit 2014 record 1989

Re-record: Unveiling the album cover on her Instagram page after the show, Taylor gushed that it is 'my most FAVORITE re-record I've ever done because the 5 From The Vault tracks are so insane. I can't believe they were ever left behind'

Re-record: Unveiling the album cover on her Instagram page after the show, Taylor gushed that it is ‘my most FAVORITE re-record I’ve ever done because the 5 From The Vault tracks are so insane. I can’t believe they were ever left behind’

Pop star: The 2014 album, which originally featured 13 songs on the standard version and 16 songs on the deluxe edition, includes her hit singles Shake It Off and Blank Space among others

Pop star: The 2014 album, which originally featured 13 songs on the standard version and 16 songs on the deluxe edition, includes her hit singles Shake It Off and Blank Space among others

His company Ithaca Holdings LLC bought Big Machine Label Group for a reported $300 million.

The deal included the master recordings of all six of her albums – all of her previous music and her legacy.

On her Tumblr post, Taylor slammed Scooter as well as Big Machine Label Group CEO Scott Borchetta and revealed she was not offered the opportunity to buy her own masters and that the former bullied her for years. 

Meanwhile it has been rumoured that the busy star is also currently shooting a documentary after fans spotted a professional film crew at her LA gigs.

Flashback: Swift seen performing at The 1989 World Tour show (pictured in 2015)

Flashback: Swift seen performing at The 1989 World Tour show (pictured in 2015)

Per TMZ, film crews have been actively trailing the music artist and catching her best angles as she performs to sold out crowds, as well as capturing behind-the-scenes moments.

In August, she announced the release of a concert film of The Eras Tour in theatres in North America. 

Taylor has packed her Eras shows with an eye-popping 45 tracks, as well as a selection of surprise songs, with fans eagerly waiting to see which tracks would make an unlikely appearance each night. 

Swift previously released the Netflix documentary Miss Americana in 2020.

source: dailymail.co.uk