Taylor Swift's 'The Tortured Poets Department' is a listener's delight!

The singer also dropped the first music video from her album titled 'Fortnight' featuring American rapper-singer Post Malone. Photo | YouTube

New York: Acclaimed singer-songwriter Taylor Swift surprised and delighted her fans after she released a double album on Thursday midnight. The singer first dropped a 16-song record, followed by additional 15 songs after a gap of two hours. The double album titled 'The Tortured Poets Department: The Anthology' is an amalgamation of her previous work.
“I'd written so much tortured poetry in the past 2 years and wanted to share it all with you, so here's the second installment,” Swift wrote in an Instagram post. “And now the story isn't mine anymore it's all yours,” she added.
The singer also dropped the first music video from her album titled 'Fortnight' featuring American rapper-singer Post Malone who plays her lover. According to 'People', Swift also shows a different side of herself in one of the video's opening scenes.
Replicas of Malone's facial tattoos appear on her face as she sings, "And for a fortnight there, we were forever. Run into you sometimes, ask about the weather. Now you're in my backyard, turned into good neighbours. Your wife waters flowers, I wanna kill her."

While the tattoos on her face disappear when she steps into another room to work on a typewriter, fans finally get a glimpse of Malone working on his own typewriter while sitting across from her. After streams of pink and blue begin coming out of each of their typewriters, they form a bright spark. Following its disappearance, Swift is seen reading to Malone, with his tattoos no longer on his face, as they lie in the middle of an empty road.
As the camera zooms out, Swift is seen running into Malone's arms and the two share a long embrace. Malone gently grabs Swift's face, causing her to let out a smile. As papers begin to fly all around them, the two look into each other's eyes and grab each other's hands.

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