Review: Taylor Swift's 'Evermore' : Pop Culture Happy Hour On Friday, Dec. 11, just four and a half months after she released the heavily Grammy-nominated Folklore, Taylor Swift released her ninth album, Evermore. Swift describes Evermore as a "sister" album to Folklore, and once again, she's crafting moody and autumnal folk songs with Aaron Dessner of The National, Jack Antonoff and Bon Iver.
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Taylor Swift Does It Again (And Again) On 'Evermore'

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Taylor Swift Does It Again (And Again) On 'Evermore'

Taylor Swift Does It Again (And Again) On 'Evermore'

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Taylor Swift's latest album, Evermore, features collaborations with HAIM, Marcus Mumford, and The National. Beth Garrabrant/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Taylor Swift's latest album, Evermore, features collaborations with HAIM, Marcus Mumford, and The National.

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On Friday, Dec. 11, just four and a half months after she released the heavily Grammy-nominated Folklore, Taylor Swift released her ninth album, Evermore. Swift describes Evermore as a "sister" album to Folklore, and once again, she's crafting moody and autumnal folk songs with Aaron Dessner of The National, Jack Antonoff and Bon Iver. Are there any new surprises this time out?

The audio was produced by Mike Katzif and edited by Jessica Reedy.