After enlisting the help of Swifties to solve puzzles on Google in order to reveal the “Vault” tracks on her upcoming “1989 (Taylor’s Version)” album, Taylor Swift has finally unveiled the titles of these bonus tracks.
The re-recorded album “1989 (Taylor’s Version)” is set to be released in October and will feature surprise tracks including “Is It Over Now?,” “Say Don’t Go,” “Now That We Don’t Talk,” and “Suburban Legends.” Swift has also teased the presence of a fifth unnamed song on the album, as well as a Target-exclusive track that has yet to be announced.
This collaboration with Google was announced on Tuesday, and the word puzzles related to the album’s “Vault” tracks can still be accessed by searching “Taylor Swift” on Google and clicking on the blue vault icon.
The unveiling of the “Vault” track titles for Taylor Swift’s upcoming “1989 (Taylor’s Version)” album involved a creative collaboration with Google, which introduced word puzzles related to the album. Google warned users that there were 89 puzzles to solve, in line with the album’s theme, and encouraged fans to help Swifties worldwide unlock the vault by collectively solving 33 million puzzles.
The popularity of the puzzles caused some delays, with Google acknowledging the “traffic jams” but assuring fans that there were no “blank spaces” inside the vault. The issue was resolved, and Google officially revealed the four titles on social media. Additionally, a clip of Taylor Swift reading out the titles can now be heard before accessing the puzzle.