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Taylor Swift Releases GLAAD-Boosting, Homophobia-Bashing ‘You Need to Calm Down’

14 June 2019

The Lover album cover art features the one and only Tay in front of a pink, purple and yellow cotton candy sky, and she is wearing a matching tie-dye t-shirt and around her right eye is a pink glitter heart as she looks down.

This news comes just one year after Reputation was released with Swift breaking her typical release cycle to bring a more positive and upbeat form of music.

As we wrote, Joe Alwyn's girlfriend and former nemesis Katy Perry are finally at "peace" with each other after the Roar musician suggested on IG that Swift sent her a plate of delicious chocolate chip cookies with "Peace At Last" written in frosting.

Taylor Swift has gone from the personal pride of her seven-week-old single, "Me!", and moved on to Pride with a capital P in its just-released followup, "You Need to Calm Down" (exclamation point only implied this time).

A few fans have noticed that the album's release date adds up to her lucky number.

The album announcement follows months of Swift cryptically teasing her next work via social media, videos and her clothing.

"This album in tone is very romantic-and not just simply thematically, like it's all love songs or something".

"The music video [for it] doesn't come out for another couple days, because I wanted you to hear the song first", Swift explained, revealing that it will premiere Monday, June 17 on Good Morning America. "The video is very worth the wait". I think you can find romance in loneliness or sadness or going through a conflict or dealing with things in your life.

"For the release of the Lover album, there's going to be the release of a collab with Stella McCartney", Swift confirmed. Also, if Target is your thing, there are FOUR deluxe editions which each feature "completely unique content". "So the two pieces of audio content is the full creation of two of the songs on the album that I really love", she said. "An easy way to remember that date is that August is the eighth month of the year", she said.

Taylor Swift Releases GLAAD-Boosting, Homophobia-Bashing ‘You Need to Calm Down’