After Fearless earlier in 2021, Taylor Swift reaches the second instalment of her project to re-record (and regain ownership over) the six albums she released for label Big Machine – Red (Taylor’s Version).

Held up as a classic, 2012’s Red is one half some of the greatest pop songs of all time – I Knew You Were Trouble & We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together – and one half schmaltzy stuffing, including collaborations with Ed Sheeran and Gary Lightbody of Snow Patrol.

Red stands as the dividing line between where Taylor’s career started and where it was heading 11 years ago. After a three-album progression away from country, she revealed the extent of her pop ambition, calling in producers Max Martin and Shellback—Swedish heavy-hitters who had sent Britney Spears and P!nk up the charts—to cue the synths and drop the bass.

This latest release has been received by fans and music-lovers alike as a triumph, a number 1 album straight off the bat, and we are delighted to play two tracks every hour from Red (Taylor’s Version) on our dedicated radio station.