Taylor Swift Delights Sweden Fans With 3 Extra ‘Tortured Poets’ Songs

Taylor Swift recently performed three sold-out Eras Tour shows at Stockholm’s Friends Arena, just after introducing ‘Female Rage: The Musical’ at her Paris concerts. This segment featured seven songs from her new album, ‘The Tortured Poets Department’ (TTPD).

During each of the Stockholm shows, Swift delighted fans with an additional song from TTPD, performed acoustically on either piano or guitar. She performed ‘Peter’ on the first night, followed by ‘Guilty as Sin’ and ‘How Did It End?’ on the subsequent nights.

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The anticipation for these performances grew after Swift’s company, TAS Rights Management, filed a trademark application for ‘Female Rage: The Musical’ ahead of the Sweden stop. Each concert began with an updated intro mashup that included a nod to ‘The Tortured Poets Department’ among her other albums, setting the stage for her 46-song setlist.

Swift kicked off the TTPD segment with ‘But Daddy I Love Him’, followed by ‘So High School’, a song inspired by her boyfriend Travis Kelce, who recently attended her Paris show. She continued with ‘Down Bad’, ‘Fortnight’, ‘The Smallest Man Who Ever Lived’, and ‘Who’s Afraid of Little Old Me?’ before concluding with ‘I Can Do It with a Broken Heart’.

These concerts drew massive crowds, approaching the Friends Arena’s capacity of 65,000, and surpassed previous attendance records. Swift’s European leg of the Eras Tour will continue throughout the summer, concluding in London, before she returns to North America for performances in Toronto, Vancouver, and additional U.S. cities.

-Sushmita Sarkar