Here's the Swifties way to prepare for RED (Taylor's Version)

Nov 10, 2021 0 comments


It's the RED season. And I am never ever getting over this, like ever!


Swifties, you know the drill. Only two days left and we are about to dive into a “fractured mosaic of feelings that somehow all fit together in the end” as Taylor Swift described the much-awaited Red (Taylor’s Version) album on her announcement post last June. To prepare yourselves for reliving and reigniting the feels of this familiar era in burning red, we have listed some pre-album listening rituals that you might want to try. 



Cancel all your plans and consider the release day a holiday!


Reminisce your memories of the 2012 Red album. #CornettoIsLife

Listen to Episode 18 of Kulturang Swifies - a podcast for Filipino Taylor Swift fans on Spotify! Check it out here:


Recreate some iconic outfits from the 2012 Red era.



Pick a classic red lipstick to wear to your listening party.



You may want to bring out an old scarf to cry on. 


Buy or make your drink of choice to accompany you while listening to the album.


Locate a comfortable and cozy spot where you can lay down as a crumpled-up piece of paper. #AllTooUnwell


Try out the Red (Taylor’s Version) filter on Instagram.


Stalk Sadie Sink and Dylan O’Brien! 


Have a virtual listening party with other Swifties.


From decoding jumbled phrases that turned out to be a crossword puzzle full of never-heard-before tracks and featured artists, to analyzing every single detail from teasers and posts leading to the release of the album, the long wait will soon be over. Red (Taylor’s Version) will finally be heard this November 12 as Taylor’s second re-recorded album, following Fearless (Taylor’s Version) which was released back in April of this year. 


I don’t know about you but being able to relive the red era and all the upcoming re-releases of her previous albums  is such a win for me and all the Swifties out there. It’s like 2012 all over again, but better! I can’t wait to experience and watch it all begin again.


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