Every Song On Taylor Swift’s ‘Midnights’ List


Midnights, Taylor Swift’s tenth studio album, was introduced to us as an exercise in restlessness. “This is a collection of music written in the middle of the night,” Swift announced the project in August, “a journey through terrors and sweet dreams.” The floors we walk on and the demons we confront.”


This explanation for Midnights makes sense in light of its appearance. Swift did not need to release an album of original material this year, especially since she already has a mini-worth career’s of new material that she has yet to even play on tour, less than two years after the unexpected, two-pronged opus of Folklore and Evermore, and smack in the middle of her lengthy process of re-recording (and expanding) her first six studio albums.

Yet, like any late-night musing, these songs gnawed at her, begging to be expanded on rather than saved for another day. Midnights is full of the bleary-eyed doubts, private triumphs, out-of-the-box questions, and long-term musings that haunt us in the dark; Swift felt compelled to hoist hers into the light.
Swift’s new album has no skippable tracks… but we already know that there are a few standouts among the 13 tracks on the standard edition. Here’s my humble, preliminary assessment of Taylor Swift’s Midnights.
Want to learn more about Taylor Swift’s new album? Click here to read the full Midnights review, and don’t forget to check out this breakdown of the album’s 20-plus different physical formats.


“Question…?” is filled with rhetorical questions and hazy memories, but the rollicking track tinkers with Swift’s approach to pop in its corners. Listen to how her voice is refracted during the bridge, as if there’s a whole other multiverse of Swifts asking the same questions; there’s also crowd applause on the track, which is credited to Dylan O’Brien (of All Too Well short film fame) and Rachel Antonoff, among others. Even if “Question…?” doesn’t fully gel, there are some intriguing tidbits to pore over.



Swift goes electroclash on “Karma,” which draws from new wave, alt-pop, and driving techno as she defiantly states, “Ask me why so many fade, but I’m still here.” “Karma” is Swift at her most playful on Midnights, with jabs at critics and a charming wink to her movie-star boyfriend, Joe Alwyn; not every metaphor works, but this one will be a blast to sing along to whenever fate grants personal victory.

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