Taylor Alison Swift (born December 13, 1989) is an American singer-songwriter. Her discography spans multiple genres, and her narrative songwriting—often inspired by her personal life—has received critical praise and widespread media coverage. 

Swift's 10th and most difficult album, Midnights, contains all of these unresolved scenarios in which a well-groomed woman starts to deceive herself

 Swift promised new levels of self-exposure when she first revealed it two months ago, evoking the traditional midnight confessional motif and songs inspired 

"the floors we pace and the demons we face," as she put it in a statement. She does so, but not by making many specific admissions.

Prior to these disclosures developing into a tale to be told, she is more concerned with how they might sound. 

Accessing the vibrations emitted by the genre-neutral singer-songwriters reshaping indie pop and R&B as she previously did in country,

as well as the TikTok confessionalists who are her spiritual progeny,

With Midnights, Swift attempts to reevaluate the aural rhetoric of first-person narratives and break bad habits that have helped her professionally

and commercially for more than ten years. 

She does her best, yet occasionally she falls back into old patterns. But the endeavor is fascinating throughout.