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Taylor Swift Resumes “The Eras Tour,” Debuts Tortured Poets Department Songs in Paris

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Taylor Swift Resumes “The Eras Tour,” Debuts Tortured Poets Department Songs in Paris

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Taylor Swift resumed “The Eras Tour” by kicking off its European leg with a show in Paris, France on Thursday, May 9th.

As it marked her first concert since the release of her new album, The Tortured Poets Department, the setlist saw Swift perform eight of the album’s tracks live for the first time, including “But Daddy I Love Him,” “So High School,” “Who’s Afraid of Little Old Me?”, “Down Bad,” “Fortnight,” “The Smallest Man Who Ever Lived,” “I Can Do It With a Broken Heart,” and “loml.” The first seven songs were played during the TTPD “era” of her set, which also featured new visuals and choreography. Swift described the portion of the set as “female rage: the musical.”

Swift then debuted “loml” alongside “Paris,” from Midnights, as part of the surprise songs portion. Watch fan-captured footage below.

To make room for TTPD, Swift combined folklore and evermore into one set.”You can call it folkmore, everlore, you can wall it whenever,” she told the crowd. She also cut songs like “The Archer, “Long Live,” the 1,” “the last great american dynasty,” “tolerate it,” and “’tis the season.”

Swift will be touring the UK and Europe for the next several months, playing shows in cities like Stockholm, Madrid, Liverpool, London, Dublin, and Amsterdam, with Paramore as a special guest. She’s due back in North American in the fall for shows in Miami, New Orleans, Indianapolis, Toronto, and Vancouver.

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