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Tuesday, August 18, 2020

Taylor Swift - "The Lakes (Lyric Video)" [Pop]

The Lakes (Lyric Video)

"The Lakes (Lyric Video)" music video by Taylor Swift
Added: 18-08-2020
Genre : Pop
Description : Taylor Swift - the lakes (Official Lyric Video)

Official lyric video by Taylor Swift performing “the lakes” – off her album ‘folklore.’

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Music video by Taylor Swift performing the lakes (Lyric Video). © 2020 Taylor Swift

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Folklore (stylized in all lowercase) is the eighth studio album by American singer-songwriter Taylor Swift, released on July 24, 2020, through Republic Records. A surprise album announced without pre-release promotion, Folklore was written and recorded while in isolation during the COVID-19 pandemic. Categorized as an indie folk, alternative rock, electro-folk, and chamber pop record, the album marks a departure from the upbeat pop sound of Swift's preceding studio albums to stripped-down tunes driven by piano and guitar, with production from Aaron Dessner, Jack Antonoff and Swift herself. Folklore portrays what Swift called "a collection of songs and stories that flowed like a stream of consciousness" rising out of her imagination. It manifests vivid storytelling from largely third-person narratives that detail heartbreak and retrospection.

Upon release, Folklore received widespread critical acclaim, with emphasis on its sonic coherence, relaxed atmosphere and poetic lyricism. It broke numerous records on streaming services, including the Guinness World Record for the biggest opening day for an album by a female artist on Spotify. The album sold two million copies in its first week globally, 1.3 million of which were sold on its first day. Folklore reached number one in Australia, Canada, Belgium, Ireland, New Zealand, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, and several other territories.

In the United States, Folklore debuted atop the Billboard 200 chart with 846,000 units moved, garnering Swift's seventh consecutive number-one album in the country and marked the largest sales week for an album in 2020. All 16 tracks of Folklore debuted simultaneously on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, with three in the top-10: the lead single "Cardigan" debuted at number one, giving Swift her sixth number-one single in the US, making her the first act in history to debut atop both the Billboard 200 and Hot 100 charts in the same week, while "The 1" entered at number 4, with the Bon Iver collaboration "Exile" at number 6; the three tracks also debuted inside the top-10 in Australia, Canada, Ireland, Malaysia, New Zealand, and the UK. By the end of its third week, Folklore earned over one million units in the US—the fastest album of 2020 to do so.

 The bonus track, "The Lakes", is a string-laden midtempo song that introspects on Swift's semi-retirement in Windermere, the largest lake in England, located in its Lake District; the location is also mentioned in "Invisible Strings". Fantasizing a red rose growing out of tundra "with no one around to tweet it", Swift imagines a social media-free utopia in the song, with references to depression, Wisteria flowers and William Wordsworth, the 19th-century English poet known for his Romantic writings.

Tags : 2020, 20s, Taylor Swift

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