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Taylor Swift plays up the Ireland connect of her album Folklore at Dublin concert

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Pop sensation Taylor Swift, who recently performed in Dublin as part of her Eras Tour, has shared some of the inspiration behind her 2020 album ‘Folklore’.
The singer-songwriter opened up about how she developed the fictional story of her fantasy-inspired, pandemic-era album and revealed that Ireland played a big part in the story’s setting, reports ‘People’ magazine.
” ‘Folklore’ in general, it just belongs in Ireland,” she told the crowd after finishing her rendition of ‘Cardigan’ during her second night at Dublin’s Aviva Stadium.

The singer said that ‘Folklore’ was an opportunity for her to try a “different” style of songwriting that she hadn’t explored before, which included more linear stories and characters who “fall in love and get their hearts broken.”
According to ‘People’, Swift added that she got to serve as a narrator for once, rather than sharing her own personal feelings and experiences.”‘Folklore’ belongs to you guys.” (IANS)

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