Taylor Swift’s New Album, Midnights, Previews Thursday Night Football on Amazon Prime
If a friend who never seemed to care about sports suddenly asks how to stream Thursday’s football game or how long a quarter is, there’s a simple reason. It’s Taylor Swift’s night, the Arizona Cardinals and New Orleans Saints are just on the field.
Swift said fans can look forward to the first glimpse of her highly anticipated 10th studio album, Midnightsduring the Amazon Prime video stream of Thursday night football. The album is due out a few hours later, when the clock strikes midnight on October 21.
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“They just talked about Taylor Swift on the upcoming TNF and my daughter has never been more interested in watching a football game,” one user said. said on Twitter.
Never one to miss a piece of marketing, Swift has been teasing and teasing about the new album over the past month, including track titles and merch reveals. But Thursday will mark the first music clue Swifties will get. Last week, Swift gave fans a preview of her itinerary with an Instagram post that showed the album’s eight-day rollout schedule.
It starts with Thursday night football and ends with two music video premieres and an appearance on Graham Norton’s talk show.
On Twitter, the Swifties are preparing to worry about the NFL for the first time – in addition to the Super Bowl halftime show, obviously. With his convenient schedule, fans know they just have to tune in in the third quarter.
The New Orleans Saints will face the Arizona Cardinals on Thursday starting at 8:15 p.m.
Swift told fans her trailer would be released in the third quarter, but didn’t specify exactly when. Football match shows are usually around three hours long and change.
To be sure, your best bet is to tune in near halftime – around the 80 or 90 minute mark (9:35-9:45 p.m.).
Thursday night football has a streaming deal with Amazon Prime this year. To watch the Swift premiere in-game, you’ll need Prime access. If you don’t have it yourself:
After football is over, Swift’s entire album will premiere on Friday. It’s available for pre-order on its website and sold on virtually every platform that music is sold on. Retailers will have physical copies, including select stores with special variants in different colors and with additional songs.
OK, that’s all you need to know, so buckle up and play sports!