Taylor Swift showcases an intimate acoustic set on Tiny Desk

Taylor Swift showcases an intimate acoustic set on Tiny Desk

Taylor Swift played a wholly acoustic set on NPR's Tiny Desk Concert series. 

She performed 'The Man', 'Lover' and 'Death by a Thousand Cuts' off her latest album Lover and 'All Too Well' off her 2012 album Red. Throughout her set, she also spoke to the 300-plus people in the room with a refreshing candidness and familiarity, like how one would with an old friend, sharing the origins of each song she performed. 

Explaining why she decided to present a stripped-down and intimate set, she said, "I just decided to take this as an opportunity to show you guys how the songs sounded when I first wrote them. I have this album that just came out called Lover. It's one of those albums where I wrote everything on one instrument first. It's really fun to pick songs to do acoustically because they all started out that way."

Watch Taylor Swift's full performance on Tiny Desk below. 


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