Taylor Swift to feature on new Gracie Abrams album

Gracie Abrams has revealed the track list for her upcoming album, which confirms a feature from Taylor Swift.

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Last night (May 13), Abrams took to social media to reveal the track list for ‘The Secret Of Us’. The album will mark her sophomore effort, following 2023’s debut record ‘Good Riddance’. It is due for release on June 21 and can be pre-saved here.

‘The Secret Of Us’ will include a total of 13 tracks, including ‘Us’, which features Taylor Swift. Little else is known of the track so far.

The track list for Gracie Abrams’ ‘The Secret Of Us’ is:

‘Felt Good About You’
‘Blowing Smoke’
‘I Love You, I’m Sorry’
‘Us’ feat. Taylor Swift
‘Let It Happen’
‘Tough Love’
‘I Knew It, I Know You’
‘Gave You I Gave You I’
‘Normal Thing’
‘Good Luck Charlie’
‘Free Now’
‘Close To You’

Other songs on the album include the recent single ‘Risk’, as well as tracks like ‘Felt Good About You’, ‘I Love You, I’m Sorry’, ‘Normal Thing’ and ‘Close To You’.

Abrams’ upcoming collaboration with Taylor Swift comes after she opened for the latter during a number of Swift’s 2023 ‘Eras’ tour dates. Abrams will be rejoining ‘Eras’ tour later this fall. She will be opening for Swift when the tour returns to North America for 18 shows over nearly two months, starting October 18 in Miami and running through December 8 in Vancouver.

For her debut album, ‘Good Riddance’, Gracie Abrams worked with The National‘s Aaron DessnerIn a four-star review, NME wrote: “Gracie Abrams has always been an artist to wear her feelings on her sleeve. In her music, tiny, heart-breaking details are put front and centre, with specific minutiae shining through her lyrics. It’s the songwriting that really makes Abrams’ music shine [on ‘Good Riddance’].”

“[The album] brilliantly, if subtly, displays a newfound maturity for Abrams.”

The post Taylor Swift to feature on new Gracie Abrams album appeared first on NME.

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