Taylor Swift could find herself with yet another number one album in the UK, after surprising fans with new release Evermore. The singer, 30, sent fans into overdrive as she dropped her latest album – a sister record to her folk-inspired album Folklore she put out in July. Evermore is her ninth studio album and features 15 brand new tracks, with the release expected to follow in Folklore's success when it comes to the album charts. According to the Official Charts , Taylor is in 'pole position' to land her sixth number one album in the UK, after Evermore raked in the most downloads and albums streams across the weekend following its release on Friday. Folklore topped the album charts in the UK less than five months ago, as did Taylor's seventh studio album Lover, released in 2019. Her records Red (released in 2012), 1989 (from 2014) and Reputation (2017) all achieved number one album in the UK too, over the years. Taylor first announced her plans to drop Evermore, 24 hours before its release, on Instagram and said she was 'elated' to finally be sharing the record. She explained that the album came about after she 'continued writing' tracks,… Read full this story
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