Guests on Taylor Swift’s ‘Speak Now (TV)’: Hayley Williams, Fall Out Boy


Taylor Swift announced the full track list forSpeak Now (Taylor’s Version)” Monday, including who the duet partners will be on previously unrecorded “Vault Tracks” — Paramore’s Hayley Williams And fall out Boy.

Swift wrote on social media, “I’m VERY excited to show you the back cover of Speak Now (my version) including case pieces and collaborations. @yelyahwilliams grandfather @paramore And @Fall out Boy. Since Speak Now is all about songwriting, I decided to go to the artists that I felt had the strongest influence on me as a songwriter at the time and ask them to sing on the album. They’re so cool and generous that they agreed to support my version of Speak Now. I recorded this album when I was 32 (and I’m still growing now) and I can’t wait to reveal it all to you on July 7th.”

The announcement of Williams’ appearance was widely anticipated, as the Paramore singer has strongly implied this by meeting and greeting fans in recent days. In a video shared on June 2, a fan gave Williams a “Speak Now” friendship bracelet. Williams said, “Let me tell you, it comes at a very interesting time that you gave me to wear this. And that’s all I’m going to say.

The album was previously available for pre-order without naming the bonus tracks. The new song “Electric Touch” featuring Fall Out Boy and Williams will be the guest of “Castles Crumbling”.

Other new songs that are said to have been written but not recorded during the “Speak Now” era are “When Emma Falls in Love”, “I Can See You”, “Foolish One” and “Timeless”. ”

It is still unknown whether the spelling credits and these extra tunes, like all the songs on the “Speak Now” album, were entirely self-written without collaborators.

“Speak Now (Taylor’s Version)” is the third in a series of albums that see Swift re-record the Big Machine catalog as an alternative for fans to listen to old albums. masters these records along with the label as a whole. Previous versions were “Fearless” and “Red”. All that remains is “1989”, new editions of “Reputation” and the eponymous debut in the series.

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