For a Very Limited Time, Taylor Swift is Offering Live Versions of Three Surprise Songs from the Tortured Poets Department


The “loml,” “My Boy Only Breaks His Favorite Toys,” or “The Alchemy”/”Treacherous” mashup are all included in the “(Live from Paris) Acoustic” bundles.

On May 10, 2024, Taylor Swift gives a concert in Paris.

Taylor Swift enjoys catching the Swifties off guard!

The 14-time Grammy winner, who performed three songs by The Persecuted Poets Dept (TTPD) as surprise tracks during her packed Eras Tour gigs in Paris earlier this month, released live performances of those songs on Thursday, May 23.

“loml” from the May 9 event, “My Boy Only Ruins His Favorite Toys” from the May 10 show, and “The Alchemy” (mixed with “Treacherous”) from the May 12 show are the three surprise songs that Swift, 34, is offering in bundles for her (Live In Paris) Acoustic Collection.

Each bundle costs $5.99 and includes all 16 tracks from the ordinary TTPD album. It will only be open for purchase for a whole day.

The artwork from Taylor Swift’s “Live from Paris Acoustic Collection.”

Swift created the term “Female Rage: The Musical” during those performances in Paris to refer to the section of the program that featured seven tracks from her most recent album, TTPD.

All three of these songs were added during the unforeseen songs section, in which she plays two songs (or song mashups) acoustically on the piano or guitar for the audience that evening only.

In a reference to her romantic engagement with NFL player Travis Kelce, “The Alchemy” prominently features football puns: “So when I land down, call the rookies and cut ’em from the team.”

When Kelce, 34, attended Swift’s fourth and last Paris gig on May 12, she sang another song that is rumored to be about Swift, “So High School.” Kelce was able to witness the live performance of “The Alchemy.”

The standout player for the Kansas City Chiefs recently told PEOPLE that a tune from his supermodel girlfriend’s TTPD is his fave. “I could have a slight bias toward ‘So High School,'” Kelce admitted.

On May 9, 2024, Taylor Swift will perform in Paris.

Swift’s TAS Rights Administration company applied to copyright Female Rage: The Musical with the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office following the Paris performances.

Swift will perform two gigs in Portugal and two shows in Spain to round off May.

The summer leg of the Eras Visit will be spent throughout Europe before coming to an end in the British capital in August. After that, Swift will return to North America and perform in Vancouver and Toronto, before continuing her tour across the country.


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