Taylor Swift Premieres Acoustic Version of 'Delicate' and Cover of Earth, Wind and Fire's 'September

The former country singer's new songs were recorded at the Tracking in Nashville as part of the Spotify Single series.

AceShowbiz - Taylor Swift surprised her fans by releasing some new music. The former country singer just premiered a new version of "Reputation" track "Delicate" as well as a cover of Earth, Wind & Fire's classic hit "September".

The two new singles were recorded at the Tracking Room in Nashville as part of the Spotify Singles series. The new version of "Delicate" features Taylor singing over acoustic guitars instead of synths. "This ain't for the best/ My reputation's never been worse, so/ You must like me for me," she rhymes.

The cover of the classic hit, on the other hand, finds the songstress going back to her country roots. "My thoughts are with you/ Holding hands with your heart to see you/ Only blue talk and love," she sings over acoustic guitars. "Remember, how we knew love was here to stay/ Now December found the love that we shared in September."

Taylor is the latest artist to be featured on the streaming service's project. Other musicians who have participated in the project included Miley Cyrus, Demi Lovato, Arcade Fire, Harry Styles, Fifth Harmony and so on.

Aside from the new releases, Taylor is currently gearing up for her highly-anticipated "Reputation World Tour". The "Look What You Made Me Do" hitmaker recently took to Instagram to share a picture of her posing with the backup dancers for the tour.

"Say hi to the reputation Stadium Tour dancers!!" so she captioned the snap. "Been spending my days rehearsing with these overwhelmingly talented people. 28 DAYS TIL GLENDALE AZ."

The upcoming tour is scheduled to kick off in Glendale, Arizona on May 8 and include stops in Seattle, Kansas City, Philadelphia, Toronto, London and more. She will wrap it up in Auckland, New Zealand on November 9. Camila Cabello and Charli XCX will serve as the opening acts.

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