Taylor Swift’s newest album, The Tortured Poets Department, will be showcased through a multi-day ‘library installation’ event in Los Angeles.

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Taylor Swift’s upcoming album The Tortured Poets Department will be promoted with a ‘library installation’ in Los Angeles.

The news about the upcoming event connected to the work of the 34-year-old performer – who skipped the first night of Coachella – was revealed in a post that was shared on Spotify’s X account on Monday.

A press release was also issued to announce that the installation would consist of an open-air poetry library that has been ‘highly curated to represent the direction of the new record,’ according to People.

Swift’s installation will also feature various ‘visual surprises’ for fans, as well as numerous books of poetry.

The Grammy Award-winning performer’s library will be updated with new materials on a daily basis.

Taylor Swift’s newest album, The Tortured Poets Department, will be showcased through a multi-day ‘library installation’ event in Los Angeles.

Taylor Swift’s upcoming album The Tortured Poets Department will be promoted with a ‘library installation’ in Los Angeles

The library will be set up at The Grove, and it is currently set to remain open from this Wednesday to Friday.

Spotify also announced that all of the surprises, as well as the album countdown, will be shared online.

Spotify’s Jackie Augustus issued a statement where she stated via Billboard that the streaming giant was enthusiastic about being able to share the installation with Swift’s longtime fans.

‘The way Taylor’s fans connect with and champion her music is unlike any other. We’re excited to bring this album activation to life for Swifties in LA this week,’ she said.

The Karma songwriter announced that she was planning on releasing The Tortured Poets Department during her appearance at the 66th Annual Grammy Awards ceremony, which took place this past February.

The hitmaker took home the awards for Album of the Year and Best Pop Vocal Album during the event.

Swift announced that she had been working on a new album while accepting the former of the two awards at the star-studded ceremony.

She told her fans that she had a secret that she had ‘been keeping from you for the past two years’ during one of her acceptance speeches, according to USA Today.

The news about the upcoming event connected to the work of the 34-year-old performer - who skipped the first night of Coachella - was revealed in a post that was shared on Spotify's X account on Monday; seen in February

The news about the upcoming event connected to the work of the 34-year-old performer – who skipped the first night of Coachella – was revealed in a post that was shared on Spotify’s X account on Monday; seen in February

A press release was also issued to announce that the installation would consist of an open-air poetry library that has been 'highly curated to represent the direction of the new record,' according to People

A press release was also issued to announce that the installation would consist of an open-air poetry library that has been ‘highly curated to represent the direction of the new record,’ according to People 

Swift's installation will also feature various 'visual surprises' for fans, as well as numerous books of poetry; she is seen in 2023

Swift’s installation will also feature various ‘visual surprises’ for fans, as well as numerous books of poetry; she is seen in 2023

The library will be set up at The Grove, and it is currently set to remain open from this Wednesday to Friday

The library will be set up at The Grove, and it is currently set to remain open from this Wednesday to Friday

The performer went on to share the cover art for her upcoming record on her various social media outlets.

The hitmaker’s soon-to-arrive album is set to consist of 16 tracks, two of which feature Post Malone and Florence and the Machine.

Four deluxe versions of the record will be released, and each one will feature a different bonus track.

The Tortured Poets Department is currently scheduled to make its debut on Friday.

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