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How to listen to Taylor Swift’s The Tortured Poets Department free | Music | Entertainment

Taylor Swift’s latest album, The Tortured Poets Department, has finally been released, and fans can stream it free with an awesome deal. The chart-topping singer-songwriter whipped fans into a frenzy when she announced her latest record at the Grammy Awards in February amid her record-breaking Eras Tour.

Now fans around the world can indulge in the album’s 16 songs, including Florida!!! featuring Florence + the Machine and its lead single, Fortnight. As if new music wasn’t enough, Swifties got an unexpected bonus when Swift made the shock announcement of a surprise double album.

Writing in a late night post on X on Friday (April 19), she said: “It’s a 2am surprise: The Tortured Poets Department is a secret DOUBLE album.

“I’d written so much tortured poetry in the past two years and wanted to share it all with you, so here’s the second installment of TTPD: The Anthology. 15 extra songs. And now the story isn’t mine anymore… it’s all yours.”

The Tortured Poets Department: The Anthology comprises a whopping 31 new songs, with many fans noticing several apparent swipes at former boyfriend and The 1975 frontman Matty Healy, whom Taylor briefly dated last year. The album has already earned stellar reactions from fans and critics, with The Independent describing it as a “terrific reminder of her storytelling powers” in a five-star review, while Rolling Stone hailed it as “wildly ambitious and gloriously chaotic”.

This is the singer’s eleventh studio album and the first since 2022’s Midnights, which was released October 21, 2022, and fans can listen to it absolutely free with an amazing deal from Amazon.

Taylor Swift’s new album, The Tortured Poets Department is streaming now on Amazon Music Unlimited, the retail giant’s answer to Spotify and Apple Music. Thanks to an awesome deal, fans can stream the album absolutely free with a three-month free trial to the platform.

This means Swift fans can enjoy the singer’s latest record and her back catalogue on repeat for three months without paying a thing. This is a huge £32.97 saving compared to premium subscriptions to Spotify and Apple – which now cost £10.99 a month.

Amazon Music Unlimited offers everything from the world’s biggest stars and the hottest up-and-coming new artists, including more than 100 million songs and podcast episodes. As well as the mountain of music available, Amazon Music members can also access loads of top ad-free podcasts, listen offline with unlimited skips and enjoy all of the above with crystal clear HD and spatial audio.

After the three months are up, the price reverts to £10.99 per month or £9.99 for Amazon Prime members, but at this point you’re free to cancel. The offer is only available to new customers and not those already in a free trial or paid membership to Amazon Music Unlimited.

Taylor Swift’s new album, The Tortured Poets Department, is available to buy now from a number of online retailers.

Leading music retailer hmv has nine different variants available of The Tortured Poets Department, including CDs and several different types of vinyl, including three special edition LPs each featuring a different bonus track and a collectible 24-page book-bound jacket.

Here’s the breakdown:

Amazon UK also has The Tortured Poets Department available, coming in at just £44.99. With Amazon Prime, you’ll be able to receive your product with next-day delivery. Here’s the breakdown of links you need:

Taylor’s official store is also stocking The Tortured Poets Department and includes a number of different versions, including CD, cassette tape and clear phantom vinyl. Each of them comes with a bonus track titled The Manuscript. Here’s the link:

Official Taylor Swift store – buy The Tortured Poets Department here.

Taylor Swift is bringing her legendary Eras Tour to Great Britain this summer, beginning on June 7 at Edinburgh’s Murrayfield Stadium. Tickets for the tour went on sale in August, 2023, and quickly sold out.

At the time of writing, a number of resale tickets have been released by Ticketmaster as well as viagogo and Vivid Seats.

Sites such as Viagogo and Vivid Seats allow fans to buy resale tickets from other fans. However, it is important to note that many event promoters say tickets should not be resold after initial purchase and will not be valid for admittance to gigs.

Fans attending live events with tickets acquired through resale websites are advised to double check the ticket terms and conditions at the point of sale – such as Ticketmaster or Live Nation – to ensure a smooth live event experience.  Tickets could be voided if they were found to be bought second-hand. As a result, fans are buying at their own risk.

With that said, viagogo also commented: “viagogo is a regulated marketplace where fans have the guarantee.”

You can read all about how to get tickets on our article here.

Otherwise, you can click the link below to buy tickets now.

Disney+ is the exclusive home of the singer’s extended concert film, The Eras Tour (Taylor’s Version). This gives Swifties the chance to experience the 14-time Grammy-winner’s record-breaking world tour from home.

Swift’s original ‘cinematic experience’ concert film was released in cinemas around the world in October and grossed more than $260 million worldwide at the global box office, becoming the highest-grossing concert film ever. Directed by British Grammy-nominee Sam Wrench, the new three-and-a-half-hour extended cut features five songs that were cut from the previously released versions, including ‘Cardigan’ and four bonus acoustic tracks.

Swift fans can join Disney+ from as little as £4.99 a month for its Standard with Ads plan, which shows less than four minutes of ads per hour of TV, while ads only play before a film and not during. There’s no contract with a monthly Disney+ plan and it can be cancelled any time.

But Disney+ members can get the equivalent of two months free with annual subscription, bagging 12 months for the price of 10 on the Standard or Premium plans – usually £7.99 a month and £10.99 a month respectively. A 12-month subscription to the Premium plan now costs £109.90, saving £21.98 compared to paying monthly, which would normally set you back £131.88.

Those who opt for the Premium plan also get more for their money, as it includes higher video quality up to 4K UHD and HDR, plus the ability to stream on four devices simultaneously. This is compared to 1080p Full HD and two streams on the Standard with Ads and Standard plans.

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