‘Evermore,’ Taylor Swift’s ‘Folklore’ Sequel, Is a Journey Deeper Inward

The singer and songwriter’s July album traded glossy sheen for an acoustic-Minimalistic palate. A second album with the same collaborators moves even further from her pop past.

‘Evermore,’ Taylor Swift’s ‘Folklore’ Sequel, Is A Journey Deeper Inward

The New York Times – by Jon Pareles

Sequels are always tricky. The original is a creative leap; the follow-up is likely to be incremental. Until now, Taylor Swift has switched up her collaborators and general sound with each album. But she has rightly billed “Evermore,” her surprise-release ninth album, as the “sister” to the one she released less than five months ago, “Folklore.”

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