This Listener’s Choice epipod stays “in the family” as the boys discuss Taylor Swift’s 2020 album folklore, which was chosen by Matt Stevens’ daughter MC. The adoration and sheer respect for Swift shines through in the discussion – from hosts and guest alike. After all, this was not just a career-defining album for T. Swift, but also a life-changing musical experience for many. The stripped-down and introspective songs were the perfect sounds to arrive during quarantine. And with assistance from the likes of Jack Antonoff, Justin Vernon (aka Bon Iver), and The National’s Aaron Dessner, Swift created a masterpiece that showed her continued growth and self-confidence, particularly through tracks like “Cardigan,” “Exile” and “My Tears Richochet.” But don’t fret, Swifties: there’s still plenty of love triangles, incriminating themes, and self-reflective tracks to keep fans cheering her on and analyzing her love life – and lyrics.

You can listen to folklore by Taylor Swift on iTunes, Spotify, YouTube, and Amazon. 

 

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