Taylor Swift’s Folklore has dominated the latter half of 2020 with its sweeping storytelling and woodsy aesthetics. And thanks to the various chapters the star has dropped since the album’s surprise release, she doesn’t show any sign of closing out the story anytime soon.
Following her triumphant return to the ACMs stage last week, Swift unveiled the latest thematic collection: Folklore: The Yeah I Showed Up at Your Party Chapter. Featuring her live rendition of fan-favorite track “Betty” from the awards show, the chapter also includes “The 1,” “Mirrorball,” “The Last Great American Dynasty,” “Invisible String” and lead single “Cardigan.”
The superstar dropped her first chapter, The Escapism Chapter, back in August to celebrate the release of bonus track “The Lakes” on the deluxe version of the LP. Since then, she’s graced Swifties with three additional chapters of the Folklore storybook: The Sleepless Nights Chapter, The Saltbox House Chapter and the aforementioned “Betty”-centric chapter.
Featuring six songs from Folklore’s 16-song track list, each chapter is organized around a different theme or idea from Swift’s point of view as a songwriter. (For example, while Sleepless Nights roils with the guilt and regret of tracks like “Exile” and “Illicit Affairs,” Saltbox House centers on the fantastical history of Swift’s Rhode Island estate, Holiday House, as detailed in “The Last Great American Dynasty.”)
Thus far, Folklore has spent six consecutive weeks atop the Billboard 200, earning the biggest debut of 2020 and holding the record for the album with the most weeks at No. 1 in nearly four years before being usurped by Big Sean’s Detroit 2. (The studio set currently sits at No. 5 on the chart dated Sept. 19.)
Check out all four of Swift’s Folklore chapters (and counting!) below.