Taylor Swift’s new album, folklore, is formally right here and followers couldn’t be extra excited. Swift made waves yesterday, July 23, 2020, when she shocked followers by asserting that her eighth studio album would launch in lower than 24 hours. But, there have been extra surprises in retailer for fellow Swifties. The “Tim McGraw” singer additionally launched the music video for her first single from the album, “cardigan.”
Taking to her social media profiles, Swift penned a letter to her hundreds of thousands of followers in regards to the inspiration for her new album. “In isolation, my imagination has run wild and this album is the result, a collection of songs and stories that flowed like a stream of consciousness. Picking up a pen was my way of escaping into fantasy, history, and memory. I’ve told these stories to the best of my ability with all the love, wonder, and whimsy they deserve. Now it’s up to you to pass them down. folklore is out now,” the “peace” singer shared.
Taylor Swift’s new album, ‘folklore’, known as ‘borelore’ by Smash Mouth
Naturally, Swift’s followers are thrilled to have a brand new physique of labor to sink their tooth into. The album has been out for lower than a day and already lyrics are being decoded and Swift is being praised for her many skills. But, not everyone seems to be impressed by folklore. The band Smash Mouth seemingly took a dig on the album in a latest Twitter post. “borelore,” they tweeted out earlier this morning, insinuating that Swift’s latest album is boring. The tweet didn’t handle to rack up that many likes. But, that didn’t Swifties from dragging the band.
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“GO FOLK YOURSELF,” one Twitter consumer wrote, additionally utilizing a play on phrases. Other individuals took a much less refined strategy and proceeded to slam the band for deigning to touch upon Swift’s folklore. “I went to ur concert at the fair once and tickets were like $6 and everyone was on their phones until you closed with ‘All Star’ tired a*s boomers,” one particular person wrote. “Be glad someone is still streaming all star, so you can afford a dollar menu,” one other particular person wrote, citing Smash Mouth’s most well-known track.
Swift’s followers criticize the band on Twitter
But the hate from Swifties didn’t cease there. “Real bold from the band whose main source of income is a progressive commercial,” one particular person wrote. “Meanwhile, your mark on the music world is perpetually stuck in the early 2000s,” yet one more particular person penned. Other followers of Swift declared that the one purpose Smash Mouth was recognized in any respect was as a result of their track “All Star” was featured within the film Shrek again in 2001.
“Aww are the ogres from an old film mad that they can’t be as successful as an album that came out less than 24 hours ago! boo hoo,” one particular person wrote. “Your brand is Shrek my man,” one other Swiftie added. “One hit Shrek wonder flop,” yet one more particular person declared. But Swift’s followers weren’t the one ones who have been upset with Smash Mouth calling folklore boring. Some followers of the band even felt that the tweet was inaccurate and uncalled for.
Fans of the ‘cardigan’ singer love the brand new album
“Sorry my dudes! I’m saying this as a huge fan (great concert in 2016), this isn’t it. Sure, you can have an opinion, but this is highly uneducated and unbecoming. Folklore has incredible musicality, lyrics, and story. I said yep, what a concept,” the fan wrote. Clearly, Swift’s followers received’t take kindly to anybody talking negatively about folklore. But, contemplating they’re probably the most intense fandoms on this planet, we’re not shocked.