Juliet and Amanda weigh in on the surprise Taylor Swift album Folklore, released last weekend (00:43). They examine how her recent collaboration with Aaron Dessner of the National turned out, and how the composed-in-quarantine album could mark a new shift in tone. They also touch on Gigi Hadid’s new home and the novel Rodham by Curtis Sittenfeld.
Thoughts on ‘Folklore’ and the New Taylor Swift Era
Juliet and Amanda weigh in on the surprise Taylor Swift album ‘Folklore,’ and examine how the composed-in-quarantine album could mark a new shift in tone
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