Taylor Swift Eras Tour: A Fury of Orange, New Trade Mark, and a Star-Studded Affair, Paris Ends at a High

Published 05/14/2024, 1:53 AM EDT

As Taylor Swift's Eras Tour wrapped up its star-studded Parisian leg, fans were treated to a surprise hint at the superstar's future music plans. With her alluring charm and the enticing dress code, Swifties were thrilled to spot subtle nods to one of her long-lost albums. 'Karma', a project rumored to have been shelved years ago. But here is the twist: Swift has recently filed for a new trademark, and the dress that we thought was a nod to her beau, the Kansas Chiefs tight end, is now sparking speculation of an age-old revival.

With her history of surprise releases and Easter eggs, what could be the next chapter in Taylor's musical journey? 

Is Taylor Swift releasing Karma?

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Taking to his Instagram account is a keen follower of Taylor Swift who has laid bare the facts, or better-called theories that he could figure out from Swift's subtle details. A digital creator Adam Barrera voiced out a theory, that says the songstress might have just teased a renewal of her long-lost album 'Karma', either with a double release with 'Reputation' or spawn a whole new era with a separate release. 

Barrera put it together by studying the vigorous use of orange pallets by Swift on her Paris Eras Tour and its connection with 'Karma’s incisions in the music video of 'The Man' that bore the names of all of her albums. Moreover, the fan also adds that the album has something to do with Ye( formerly called Kanye West), who might have been the sole reason behind that bombshell of an album. All in all, connections imply that there is something bigger in Taylor Swift’s arsenal that she has yet to release.  

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Moreover, the filing of new trademarks further substantiates the theory that Adam Barrera is walking us through. 

A look into Taylor Swift's new trademark filings

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According to news outlets, Taylor Swift's company, TAS Rights Management, applied for a trademark on the phrase 'Female Rage: The Musical' on May 11, 2024. This phrase was first used by Swift during her Paris leg of the Eras Tour, where she added a new section to the setlist called ‘Tortured Poets Department’. The trademark application suggests that Swift may use the phrase for musical and video recordings, as well as merchandise. 

The filing does not indicate specific plans for the trademark, but it may be a protective measure to prevent others from using the phrase Swift's fans have already created their merchandise with the phrase, and the trademark application may be a way for Swift to monetize it. The curtain has thus fallen on one chapter but rises on another. The superstar's surprise nods and the mysterious trademark filings have left fans salivating for more. Swifties are on high alert and Taylor Swift is always writing the next chapter. 

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Shraddha Suman

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Shraddha Das is a Content Lead and the Sub Group Head at Netflix Junkie. Captivated by the power of storytelling and the written word at a young age, which led her to pursue a career in journalism at the Esteemed KIIT School of Journalism and Mass Communication, in Orissa. She has over 1500 articles to her name.

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