On Saturday, superstar singer-songwriter Taylor Swift teased a new song that's got people on social media talking, leading to a very obvious question: when will the "Ready For It" full version be out? How long will fans have to wait to here the new tune in its entirety?
The new song was teased in a promo for an ESPN college football game on Saturday, sending countless Swift fans into a fervor for more information. It's one of the tracks on her soon-to-be-released album Reputation, which has drawn a lot of attention ― as well as some scrutiny and criticism ― on social media in recent days.
The full album isn't due out until Nov. 10, more than two months from now, so fans will be waiting a while to hear the whole thing in its full context. The single "Look What You Made Me Do" has already been released, however, and from the sounds of things "Ready For It" won't be far behind. According to a press release, the new song will begin playing on the radio ― specifically, on iHeartRadio stations ― starting at 8 a.m. ET on Sunday, less than 24 hours after it was teased on Saturday morning.
The song was used to hype up ESPN's broadcast of the Alabama vs. Florida State football game on Saturday, and it's being hailed ― at least as far as can you can hear from a single minute ― as a stark departure from the moodier, darker tone of "Look What You Made Me Do," a return to Swift's more upbeat, pop power anthem style.
If you missed the teaser when it aired, you can watch it in the tweet embedded above. Again, you'll only get about one minute of the new song, sadly, but it should nonetheless be enough to excite.
In short, if you're eagerly awaiting the full song, you won't have very long to wait. In fact, as of the time of this writing, you'll only have to wait for another 13 hours or so before it goes live. That might seem like a long time if you're really hungry for that sound, but in relative terms, it's right around the corner!
Unfortunately, as previously mentioned, the same cannot be said for all of Reputation, which is still months away. But between the two songs that will already have been released, hopefully Swift's legions of fans will be able to hang on.