Taylor Swift is getting fans excited for a new era.
The 29-year-old songstress FaceTimed Zane Lowe during Wednesday’s episode of Beats 1 on Apple Music to tease all her new music.
With the “Reputation” stadium tour wrapped and a new single (“ME!”) out and climbing the charts, Swift says this new era is “more playful” than what Reputation was.
“I mean the aesthetic for the music I make is usually a reflection of how I feel as a person,” she explained to Lowe. “During the Reputation stadium tour, I started to feel my life. My life felt different. It felt like there was a different tone, like different undertones to my life, like a different soundtrack playing behind my life, and I really do credit the fans for the complete resurgence of exuberance and excitement towards music and making new music.”
She continued, “And the way that I felt about this enthusiasm towards making new music is what made me get in the studio so fast and just make music really quickly after the tour because of that energy that they had given me every single night of that tour. I was looking out into the crowd and seeing so much love and care and these people really, really are so wonderful to me and they really were the ones that made me feel like no, I’m ready to put out new music. I’m ready to kind of do it a little bit more like I used to. I feel more comfortable.”
And her die-hard Swifties are figuring out details about the upcoming album, “A lot of them know it. A lot of them know it. They’re really smart. There are fewer people who know the next single title.”
Adding, “When you get into this album, it’s much more about me as a person, no pun intended with the song title. But it’s kind of taking those walls, taking that bunker down from around you that I felt like I had to put up because you know after a while in certain times in your career where if you say something it’s going to be misconstrued. If you don’t, it’s going to be misconstrued.”
But the music itself is “much more playful and actually inward facing.”
Swift has yet to reveal any other information about more music but “ME!” is available now.