Taylor Swift’s second surprise album of the year, Evermore, has enthralled her fans all over the world. And now, the songstress has revealed a new filter on her Instagram handle, which is reportedly inspired by her new single.

Evermore was dropped on Dec. 11, 2020, and is already in the Number 1 spot of the Billboard 200 chart. It was a surprise release just five months after Swift released Folklore, her first surprise album in July this year. 

Folklore had also topped the Billboard chart after its release, and so the Love Story hitmaker has much to rejoice about. With Evermore topping the chart as well, it has become the eighth top album in her singing career. It also means that she now has two Number 1 albums this year.

Many consider Evermore as the sister album of Folklore. Incidentally, Evermore represents winter and fall, while Folklore is about the moods of summer and spring. Swift explained these to Zane Lowe while appearing in an interview for Apple Music.

Swift came up with a new Instagram filter to celebrate the success of her new album. It is being said that the recent filer has been inspired by her next track, Tis D*mn Season. The single appears on her new record. 

The 31-year old singer-songwriter feels the filter is incredibly cute as it puts a tag on the person while making it snow around him/her, according to Daily Mail. To put it simply, the filter creates a snow-like effect on photos and videos. It also produced a gift tag, and the title of the song is written on it. 

The Blank Space hitmaker interacted with millions of followers to promote Evermore’s deluxe edition. The special edition also has two extra tracks- It’s Time To Go and Right Where You Left Me. Taylor Swift mentioned that she is excited for her fans to listen to these two bonus tracks. 

The Grammy Award-winning singer’s latest album has 15 songs in total. She has collaborated with other renowned pop bands such as Bon Iver, The National, and HAIM. However, it came as a pleasant surprise to know that the lyrics of two songs in Folklore and three numbers in Evermore have been penned by her boyfriend Joe Alwyn or “William Bowery,” according to Republic World

Taylor Swift also mentioned that both she and her beau Joe Alwyn love sad songs. The songstress also opened up by mentioning that they have always managed to bond beautifully over the music. Both of them love writing sad songs though it was a surprise when they started writing the lyrics together.