I Guess Sometimes We All Get What We Want in the End: Reviewing Taylor Swift’s Midnights

Swifties rejoice! Taylor Swift is back with new music. After two excellent albums, folklore and Evermore, which were artfully crafted while working with Aaron Dessner of The National, Swift returns with another solid collection of pop music with an indie twist.

Taylor Swift’s Transition

We no longer need to pretend, or “ironically” like her music. Now fully unleashed and un-tethered from Big Machine Records, I have a feeling we haven’t even scratched the surface of what Taylor Swift is truly capable of. Taylor Swift the pure radio Pop superstar may be in the past. Now, with intent, she has become something new or perhaps chosen to finally reveal her true self. If Lover, and folklore are any indication, at thirty-one years of age, Taylor Swift the singer-songwriter is just getting started.

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