Taylor Swift kicks off ‘The Eras Tour’ by dropping 4 unreleased songs
Taylor Swift kicks off ‘The Eras Tour’ by dropping 4 unreleased songs

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The three-hour concert in Glendale sees Taylor reportedly performing a total of 44 songs

MANILA, Philippines – Buckle up, Swifties, because The Eras Tour has officially started! Pop superstar Taylor Swift dropped on Friday, March 17, four unreleased songs to commemorate the start of her concert stadium tour.

These songs include Taylor’s Versions of “Eyes Open,” “Safe and Sound,” and “If This Was A Movie.” along with new song “All Of The Girls You Loved Before.”

“Safe and Sound” was part of the official soundtrack to the 2012 film The Hunger Games. Its Taylor’s Version featuring Joy Williams and John Paul White. Meanwhile, “Eyes Open” is another track from the film’s companion album The Hunger Games: Songs from District 12 and Beyond. 

 “If This Was a Movie” was originally included on a deluxe edition of Swift’s 2010 album Speak Now. The singer has yet to release details on when she’ll release the rerecorded version of Speak Now. 

Meanwhile, “All of The Girls You Loved Before” is reportedly an unreleased track that was considered for Swift’s 2019 album Lover, according to Variety

Swift released the new tracks ahead of her The Eras Tour, which began in Glendale, Arizona. The three-hour show reportedly had a setlist of 44 songs. 

The Eras Tour, which serves as Swift’s first US stadium tour in five years, will feature artists Paramore, Girl in Red, MUNA, Haim, Gracie Abrams, Gayle, and Owenn. – 

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