If fans couldn't wait until Tuesday to pick up [artist id="2389485"]Taylor Swift[/artist]'s latest release, they must have been pretty excited to find out that they could actually pick it up on Monday (October 26). Over the weekend it was announced that the country crossover superstar was pushing up the release of Fearless Platinum Edition by one whole day.
In the days leading up to the album's bumped-up release date, Swift took to Twitter to share her excitement and spread the word. "The Fearless re-release is coming out on Monday now!!" she wrote. "Ahhh six new songs! Woahhh.. The Fearless Platinum Edition is OUT OUT OUT right NOW NOW NOW."
Swift recently released her song "Fifteen" as a single. In addition to all her chart-topping songs like "Love Story" and "You Belong With Me," the new album will feature new tracks "Jump Then Fall," "Untouchable," "Come in With the Rain," "Superstar" and "The Other Side of the Door." It will also include a piano version of her track "Forever & Always."
In an interview with MTV News last year, Swift spoke about why she called her album Fearless. "I really thought about what that word ['fearless'] means to me, and I guess, to me, fearless doesn't mean you're completely unafraid, and it doesn't mean that you're bulletproof," she explained. "It means that you have a lot of fears, but you jump anyway."
Swift said that when she writes a song she draws from her own life experiences. "I like to write personal songs," she added. "I like to write songs that are very obviously about people. It's kind of hard to change your stripes. I like to write songs about love, and I like to write songs about relationships, and I like to write songs about boys."