Taylor Swift will release a special edition of “Midnights” that includes three bonus tracks

Taylor Swift will release a special edition of her new album midnight through the American dealer target.

Much to the excitement of Taylor’s Swifties, the upcoming record is lavender in color goal exclusive and the CD version of the album includes three bonus tracks.

The CD image gives no indication of the track names, but lists the bonus tracks as: “Bonus Track One”, “Bonus Track Two (Remix)” and “Bonus Track Three (Remix)”.

The CD also includes unique collectible disc artwork and a collectible lyric booklet featuring never-before-seen photos.

During her acceptance speech at the 2022 MTV Video Music Awards (VMAs) in August, Taylor thanked her fans for their support and announced that her new album midnightwill fall on October 21st.

Taylor also shared the news on social media, describing the 13-track album as “the stories of 13 sleepless nights scattered throughout my life.” She wrote: “Written in the middle of the night, this collection of music is a journey through horrors and sweet dreams.”

She added: “The floors we walk up and down and the demons we face. For all of us who have tossed and turned and decided to leave the lanterns lit and go on a quest, hoping that maybe we’ll meet when the clock strikes twelve.”

This is Taylor’s 10th studio album, and the news comes a year after she announced she was re-recording her first six albums after the master rights were sold by her record label without her consent.

The Target exclusive CD can be now pre-ordered for $13.99 (£11.09) while the vinyl (this is lavender but doesn’t include bonus tracks) costs $29.99 (£25.61)

Here is how to pre-order all other versions of the album.

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