Taylor Swift Releases New Documentary on Disney+

Disney+ - folklore: the long pond sessions

Taylor Swift has been full of surprises this year. After dropping one of the biggest albums of the year “folklore” out of the blue, the singer has now announced that you will be able to see just how this album came about in her new documentary “folklore: the long pond studio sessions.” The documentary is now available to view on Disney+!

“folklore” was recorded remotely with the help from The National’s Aaron Dessner, Bleachers’ Jack Antonoff, and Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon. A wonderful team behind what truly is a wonderful album. The trio returned to the location as to where they created this masterpiece to give fans an insight of how “folklore” came together.

“folklore: the long pond sessions” is a part documentary, part intimate concert film. We see the dream team perform each of the seventeen tracks, whilst also discussing the creation and the meanings behind them. From the trailer, we can see that Taylor Swift has used the current state of the world to delve into a project that everyone deserved to hear. The trailer can be seen below;

It’s been a massive few days for Taylor Swift as it has just become known that the stunning songstress has been nominated for six Grammy Awards! She celebrated this news with the “folklore” collaborators via Skype as they shared a toast with a glass of wine.

Telling you that you need to go and listen to “folklore” would just be a ridiculous concept as we’re sure you have already fallen in love with it. It’s no wonder that the album is up for an impressive six Grammy Awards. The documentary will let us know the ins and outs of the atmospheric, ghost-like, and the beautiful sound which we hear in every track. Did Taylor Swift really save us all from our sorrows in the year of 2020? Yes, we think she did.

For more information on the matter, you can follow Taylor Swift on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram (if you don’t already). You can also check out what our Top 5 Favourite “folklore” Songs are here.

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