Taylor Swift bestowed the inaugural live performance of her track ‘I Think He Knows’ during the most recent instalment of her ‘Eras Tour’ just last night (May 21) – observe the recorded visuals provided below.
The renowned pop luminary graced the stage for her third and final concert at the esteemed Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts, delivering an impressive repertoire of 45 songs. Towards the culmination of the glorious spectacle. Swift treated her ardent admirers to a customary and delightful ‘surprise’ segment. Wherein she melodically acoustically rendered two distinct songs tailored to each unique city.
This segment is customarily reserve for the premieres of live renditions, rare musical gems, and captivating collaborations. However, songstress’s most recent enthralling performance featured the maiden public outing of the beloved ‘Lover’ composition, ‘I Think He Knows’. Alongside the eagerly anticipated tour premiere of the eponymous track from her illustrious ‘Red’ album. Swift endeavoured to serenade the latter on the piano. She gracefully reverted to her trusted acoustic guitar due to an unforeseen malfunction.
In her introduction to the former, she eloquently elucidated, “I have never had the pleasure of performing this song live. It encapsulates a whimsical spirit that brought me immense joy during its creation.” Swift proceeded to reminisce about her creative journey while working on ‘I Think He Knows’. Within the confines of the studio alongside the accomplished Jack Antonoff.
During Swift’s prior enthralling show in Foxborough on Saturday (May 20). She captivated the audience with the inaugural live rendition of the haunting ‘Midnights’ track, ‘Question…?’ Elsewhere on the illustrious ‘Eras Tour’, the captivating ‘Surprise’ segment witnessed the luminous star pay homage to The National by enthralling the audience with a stunning performance of ‘Coney Island’, a mesmerizing composition on which the band above made a guest appearance, marking its live debut.
Additionally, Swift extended a warm welcome to Aaron Dessner, inviting him to share the stage for a mesmerizing duet on ‘The Great War’, a track he skillfully produced for the enchanting ‘3 am Edition’ of ‘Midnights’, as well as ‘Mad Woman’, a beautiful piece hailing from her acclaimed ‘Folklore’ album. The forthcoming destination on this monumental tour is the illustrious Metlife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey.
Swift is scheduled to grace the stage for three consecutive nights at this esteemed venue. Enthralling her audience from May 26 to May 28. However, in a compelling turn of events, a devoted Swift enthusiast who could not secure a ticket for her show made an unconventional choice by assuming the role of a security guard, enabling them to experience the spectacle firsthand.