How Static Noise from Taylor Swift’s New Album is No. 1 on iTunes


Followers of Taylor Swift can hear her masterpieces even within the silence. 

In reality, an eight second video from Taylor’s upcoming The Tortured Poets Division album that has no sound skyrocketed to the highest of the iTunes High Movies chart on March 18. 

Whereas the video, titled “All’s truthful in love and poetry,” itself did not have any vocals, it did embrace a backdrop with an outline that Taylor revealed in February when she introduced the upcoming album, which hints at its vibe. 

“And so I enter into proof,” the blurb reads. “My tarnished coat of arms / My muses, acquired like bruises / My talismans and charms / The tick, tick, tick of affection bombs / My veins of pitch black ink / All’s truthful in love and poetry…/ Sincerely, the Chairman of the Tortured Poets Division.”

The burst in recognition for the silent video didn’t unnoticed by followers, as one joked on X, previously Twitter, “My favourite factor about Swifties is we are able to make static noise go no 1 prefer it’s no person’s enterprise.”


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