The holidays just got a whole lot sweeter for Swifties.
Taylor Swift announced on Twitter Tuesday that an intimate concert film entitled “folklore: the long pond studio sessions” will premiere on Disney+ Wednesday evening.
Back in July, the 30-year-old singer-songwriter delighted fans when she unexpectedly dropped her eighth studio album, “Folklore,” heralding its arrival via Instagram.
According to a Disney press release via “Good Morning America” the Grammy winner will perform each song from the album in order alongside co-producers Jack Antonoff and Aaron Dessner. Bon Iver frontman Justin Vernon will be making a guest appearance and the 17 songs meanings and stories will be explained.
The Grammy Award-winner also revealed that the performance was filmed at Dessner’s Long Pond recording studio in upstate New York in September. A robotic camera was employed to abide by COVID-19 safety guidelines.
The “You Belong With Me” singer was a no-show at the American Music Awards over the weekend where she snagged three awards including the fan-voted “Artist of the Year.”
Appearing via video Swift thanked her loyal fans and explained her absence and dropped a major hint about the upcoming concert film.
“The reason I’m not there tonight is I’m actually recording all of my old music in the studio where we originally recorded it,” she said. “So, it’s been amazing, and I can’t wait for you to hear it.”
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