Taylor Swift’s ‘High Fidelity’ Was Trending on 29th April, Here’s Why!

“Do you really wanna know where I was April 29th?” Taylor Swift asks in ‘High Infidelity,’ which is a bonus track from her extended ‘Midnights (3am Edition)’ album. “Do I really have to chart the constellations in his eyes?”

After its release 6 months ago, the song trended on Twitter on April 29th, and while the internet was going crazy over Taylor Swift, some REO Speedwagon fans thought 1980’s ‘Hi Infidelity’ was maybe getting rediscovered on April 29.

Twitter was filled with clever quips and memes for the song. There were celebratory tweets marking a new holiday to observe in the Swifties fandom. 

“i cant believe april 29 never existed until taylor swift invented it,” one fan wrote in a tweet, while another fan wrote, “My nephew being born on High Infidelity Day.”

Many fans also tweeted about Swift most probably playing ‘High Infidelity’ for the first time ever in her Eras Tour through her two surprise songs in Atlanta to observe High Infidelity Day. She also live debuted ‘Coney Island’ solo at the Friday show. Swifties were spiralling with anxiety that she might not play the song and they would have gotten their hopes up.

“When Taylor doesn’t perform High Infidelity on April 29th because everyone is assuming she’s going to and the whole point of a surprise song is that it’s a surprise,” one remarked. “what do we do if taylor ends up not singing high infidelity today,” another asked.

– Riya Sohini