Taylor Swift is giving fans ideas about the tracks from her new and upcoming album, “Midnights.”

On Sunday, the 32-year-old artist posted a video on Instagram, wherein she discussed her album’s third track: “Anti-Hero.” She revealed to fans and followers that the song tackles her “insecurities,” noting that it is a “real guided tour throughout all the things that I tend to hate about myself.”

In the clip, Swift first describes the track as one of the “favorite songs” she has ever written. She then shares her inspirations for writing it and talks about how her “insecurities” played a role in the process.

In its report covering the matter, People quoted Taylor Swift from the video, saying, “I really don’t think I’ve delved this far into my insecurities in this detail before. You know, I struggle a lot with the idea that my life has become unmanageably sized, and that I, you know… not to sound too dark, but, like, I struggle with the idea of not feeling like a person.”

The “folklore” artist continues in the video that “Anti-Hero” explores the things she tends to hate about herself. She explains that “we all hate things about ourselves, and it’s all those aspects of things we dislike and like about ourselves that we have to come to terms with if we’re going to be this person.”

In the end, the "Cardigan" singer says she likes the track “a lot” because “it’s really honest.”

Taylor Swift’s latest post on Instagram came after she unveiled the title of the third track on her upcoming album, which will drop on October 21.

MailOnline said the singer-songwriter has been teasing fans and followers on TikTok, revealing the titles of the tracks on “Midnights.” As noted, she “appropriately” named the series on the platform, calling it “Midnights Mayhem With Me.”

The "You Need To Calm Down" singer has since revealed six titles from the new and upcoming album, with “Anti-Hero” being the latest. The others are “Maroon” (Track Two), “Midnight Rain” (Track Six), “Question…?” (Track Seven), “Vigilante S**t (Track Eight), and “Mastermind” (Track Thirteen).

Taylor Swift first revealed her all-new album at the MTV Video Music Awards in late August. During her speech after accepting the “Video of the Year” award, she surprised the audience, especially her fandom, with the announcement that her new album will come out on October 21.

It was not until midnight, though, that the singer dropped the details of the track collection, including its name, on her Instagram.

She posted the cover art for the material and shared a few insights into “Midnights,” noting that the tracks are “stories of 13 sleepless nights scattered throughout my life.”