The trailer for Taylor Swift’s new documentary “Folklore: The Long Pond Studio Sessions” will be launched on the streaming media Disney+ on November 25th, which is the successor to her isolated album “Folklore” Documentary; in July 2020, the album won the Guinness Book of World Records “The Most Streaming Female Singer Album on the First Day of Release” certification award.
Swift mentioned “Folklore” in the trailer, said: “This album can make you feel what you feel”, and added: “It turns out that everyone needs to cry like us.”
The name of the documentary comes from the New York recording studio-Long Pond Studio owned by the album producer and national guitarist Aaron Dessner. The documentary is directed by Taylor Swift. She is in New York with album collaborators-Aaron Dessner, Jack Antonoff and Justin Vernon Recorded together with Long Pond Studio and performed all 17 songs in the album in order. It was the first time they got together.
Last month, Taylor Swift’s ninth album “Folklore” became the first million-selling album in 2020; at the end of October, the album returned to the top of the billboard charts, selling 57,000 copies. Sales reached 1.038 million; the first two albums also achieved very brilliant results. Her eight albums plus the Christmas album “The Taylor Swift Holiday Collection” also reached a milestone. In 2019, the seventh album “Lover”, Won the honor of being the only album that sold over one million last year.
The documentary film of her is launched on the streaming media Disney+, with strong cooperation, I believe it will make a great contribution to Disney+’s “pull new”.