Folklore: Ranking the Songs on the Album
Maggie Buckley, Copy Editor
Taylor Swift’s Folklore is ‘the 1’ on the charts, remaining on the top spot for the sixth week in a row after its release on July 24th, 2020.
Swift reinvents herself yet again, divulging from pop to craft an indie album that excites yet relaxes listeners for a unique experience.
This album was the surprise that every fan needed in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, with Swift announcing its release only days before it was to come out.
She was able to transport listeners to a new world far away from the somewhat gloomy one in front of them, writing 16 hits ‘cardigan,’ ‘the last great american dynasty,’ and ‘invisible strings.’
Here are the songs ranked by a longtime Taylor fan.
13. this is me trying
12. mad woman
10. my tears ricochet
9. illicit affairs
8. the lakes
5. invisible strings
3. the 1
2. the last great american dynasty