By Marissa G. Muller
Taylor Swift has kept her upcoming album 1989 on lockdown, sharing only “Shake It Off” and “Out of the Woods,” featuring a songwriting credit from fun. and Bleachers‘ Jack Antonoff, but that will soon change.
While introducing the AMP Radio premiere of her latest track, the country-gone-pop-star vowed to share more music very soon.
Next Friday, Oct. 24 at CBS Radio’s We Can Survive show at the Hollywood Bowl, Swift will take the stage alongside Pharrell, Gwen Stefani, Ariana Grande, Iggy Azalea, Sia, Paramore, Alicia Keys and Lady Antebellum, performing new songs from her 1989 album, which is out a few days later.
“It’s amazing to get to be a part of it,” Swift said of the show. “I’m going to be playing some new music that night, so lots of exciting things happening and of course, the idea that we’re doing something that benefits surviving past breast cancer is really exciting to me.”
She added that waiting for the album’s release is a little like Christmas.
“It’s pure excitement,” she said. “It’s like Christmas morning, like I have so many things I’m looking forward to all the time: new songs being unveiled for 1989, the album’s out in 13 days. I’m just so excited because I’ve been waiting for this for two years.”
1989 will be released on Oct. 27.
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