Taylor Swift’s second re-recorded album, Red, is slated to be released later this year, and the singer is already teasing her fans about the intriguing collaborations it will feature. While it was previously believed that Swift and Ed Sheeran would collaborate on a single, the singer’s freshly released cryptic album teaser suggests that Phoebe Bridgers and Chris Stapleton will also be working with her.
Swift recently shared a vault video that included a hidden message with word puzzles that fans quickly deduced were the names of artists that will be collaborating with Swift on the upcoming album. Fans deciphered Ed Sheeran, Chris Stapleton, and Phoebe Bridgers’ names among the jumbled words.
Other jumbled syllables revealed her song titles, like Ronan and Better Man, as well as one of the most anticipated songs off the album, All Too Well, a ten-minute lengthy ballad. Swift said during the launch of the Red re-recorded album that she will be including a full ten-minute track.
With Taylor’s version album, the singer also pledged to release 30 previously unreleased tunes. Swift described her 2012 album Red as “a fragmented mosaic of feelings that somehow all come together in the end,” in a statement. She went on to describe why she was re-recording it, adding, “It’s possible that seeing your future will always lead you back to the past. And all of this is to imply that my version of Red will be released on my next album.”