Taylor Swift Breaks Record for Most Pre-Saved Album on Spotify with “The Tortured Poets Department ”

The Grammy-winner's 11th studio album, 'The Tortured Poets Department,' drops Friday

<p>Mat Hayward/TAS23/Getty Images for TAS Rights Management</p> Taylor Swift performs in Seattle in July 2023

Mat Hayward/TAS23/Getty Images for TAS Rights Management

Taylor Swift performs in Seattle in July 2023

Taylor Swift is already breaking records!

Only one day ahead of the release of her highly anticipated 11th studio album, The Tortured Poets Department, Swift broke Spotify's record for the most pre-saved countdown page album in the streaming services' history.

The countdown page for the album was launched on March 28 and has been updated weekly throughout the week, revealing new lyrics and featuring cryptic video clips.

On Wednesday, April 17, Swift, 34, gave fans a first look at the album by dropping a teaser filled with Easter eggs on social media.

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The clip offered a sneak peek into the fictional literary society she created for this album and the "timetable" of her release schedule.

"The TTPD Timetable," Swift wrote in the caption of the animated visual.

In the teaser, she revealed that a music video is set to drop on Friday, April 19, at 8 p.m. ET. She also teased that something may be planned for Saturday.

<p>Tom Cooper/TAS23/Getty</p> Taylor Swift performs onstage during the Eras Tour in Denver in July 2023

Tom Cooper/TAS23/Getty

Taylor Swift performs onstage during the Eras Tour in Denver in July 2023

In anticipation of the album release, Swift has posted a handful of clips featuring snippets of song lyrics and murals have begun to appear in cities like Chicago with QR codes that link to mysterious clips.

She also brought her project to life with a library installation at The Grove in Los Angeles that was curated in collaboration with Spotify. The installation runs from April 16-18 and features shelves of books and "visual surprises."

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Swift announced the project while accepting the Grammy for best pop vocal album at the 2024 Grammy Awards. She's also revealed the tracklist, which includes features by Florence and the Machine and Post Malone.

Fans have speculated that The Tortured Poets Department will explore heartbreak as the "Maroon" singer released five playlists for Apple Music with her songs organized into the "five stages of heartbreak" including denial, anger, bargaining, depressions and acceptance.

Pre-save the LP here.

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