Every thing we’ve decoded from Taylor Swift’s cryptic vault video

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Everything we’ve decoded from Taylor Swift's cryptic vault video

Taylor Swift is as much as her previous tips once more, dropping us loads of mysterious bread crumbs within the type of a cryptic video and anticipating us all to dedicate the remainder of our weekend to deciphering them.

Fortunate for you, expensive reader, I’ve an unhealthy obsession with Ms. Swift and have taken the arduous work out for you by doing a deep dive of her scrambled vid and have damaged down what we all know to date beneath.

Behold, right here’s the video, which was launched on Friday American time.

Obvi, the vid is a clip of a gold vault with a bunch of gibberish letters seemingly popping out of stated vault. The video is captioned, “The vault door is about to be as unhinged as you’ll think I am after you watch this video. Level: Expert Happy decoding!”

Swift dropped her first tune “from the vault” on March 25th known as ‘You All Over Me’ and introduced that there’s extra songs coming. The songs will function on upcoming re-recorded album Fearless (Taylor’s Model) which may have 26 songs, together with six “songs from the vault” that are both revamped or by no means truly made it onto an album.

Clues

The primary clue is little one’s play; the gold vault is clearly referencing the above talked about songs T-Swizzles stated she’s about to drop. The random letters within the clip, however, are slightly extra complicated.

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Not one to draw back from cracking a code I (together with just a few million different Swifties, I’m certain) buckled down and sacrificed an evening of sleep to try to determine precisely what the fuck she was speaking about. Look What You Made Me Do Taylor, damnit.

These are the letters that function on the video, and the brackets reveals what the phrase may very well be when it’s unscrambled:

EYB (Bye)

INFE (Fantastic)

GENAURIFT (That includes)

OUY (You)

EMNRA (You)

RM (Maren)

EVRO (Mr)

EW (Over)

TEKHI (Keith)

EM (Me)

ATHTS (Thats)

EERW (Have been)

ABYB (Child)

HNWE (When)

SROIRM (Morris)

PAYHP (Glad)

LAL (All)

UYO (You)

ETFIRGAUN (Dont)

ELPCYRET (That includes)

RUNBA (Completely)

EYB (Bye)

Findings

Should you piece collectively the phrases (just like the world’s hardest jigsaw puzzle) it *appears* to recommend the songs that From the Vault and can seem on the albums observe record. (Disclaimer: please take these findings with a grain of salt, they’re are complete assumptions at this level).

‘Mr Perfect Find’

‘We were Happy feat. Keith Urban.’

‘Bye Baby Bye’

‘You All Over Me Featuring Maren Morris’

‘Don’t You?’

‘That’s When’

Thanks lots for frying my mind Taylor Swift, that was simply ‘Mean’. ✌️

Hearken to ‘You All Over Me’ by Taylor Swift:


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