The rep tour DC: Can’t turn back now, I’m haunted!

You and I walk a fragile line, Taylor Nation.

Here at the Swift Agency, just a guy who has never thought he has Taylor figured out, we were definitely not expecting this sudden Speak Now revival. The album, considered by some critics as the weakest of Taylor’s discography, holds a diverse variety of songs that are all over the spectrum plus it remains the one album where all songs were solely written by the Sparkly Dressed.

Washington, D.C. had two nights. The secret song on the b-stage was “State of Grace” from Red on July 10th. The secret song on July 11th came out of nowhere: “Haunted” from Speak Now. That’s amazing and I can only imagine how it must have sounded at FedEx Field. That song is one of the most underrated and experimental tracks from Speak Now. I am glad it had it’s night in Maryland, and I’m rightfully jealous of its audience.

Up next, Taylor visits her hood as she plays Philadelphia’s Lincoln Financial Field.

Coming up next in the Calendar:

  • July 13 & 14: Lincoln Financial Field. Philadelphia, PA.
  • July 17: FirstEnergy Stadium. Cleveland, OH.
  • July 20, 21 & 22: MetLife Stadium. East Rutherford, NJ.
  • July 26, 27 & 28: Gillette Stadium. Foxborough, MA.

(Sources: Twitter, Instagram, FedEx Field. Featured photo: Jason Kempin for Getty Entertainment)