Asda places Taylor Swift’s new album Lover up on the market 12 hours earlier than launch date


Bristol music followers obtained a sneak preview of a pop celebrity’s newest album when a grocery store put it out on the cabinets early by mistake.

Taylor Swift’s album Lover was formally launched at 5am this morning (August 23) however some individuals obtained to listen to it final night time.

One in all Taylor’s superfans, Seb Woolcock, “could not consider” when he noticed the report on the cabinets at Asda’s Bedminster retailer.

The 27-year-old picked up a replica of the 18-track CD and obtained to take heed to it virtually 12 hours earlier than anybody else.

 

He mentioned there have been 4 of the albums on the shelf.

The IT employee from Swindon described Swift’s newest providing as “actually good”.

Asda Bedminster

He mentioned: “I could not consider it. I used to be tremendous excited.

“I went into the store to ask in the event that they’d be promoting it tomorrow.

“I by no means anticipated it to really be on sale. I am a large fan and I am unable to consider my luck.”

‘It is completely loopy’

“I’m in all probability the primary particular person on the earth to have a replica. It is completely loopy to suppose that.

“From what I’ve heard to date the album is basically good, it is pretty much as good as I hoped it could be.”

Seb picked up a replica of Lover simply after 5.30pm right now and listened to a few of the tracks while driving to the gymnasium.

 

He mentioned he was planning to take heed to the album in full on his approach house later that night time.

Seb mentioned: “I will get likelihood to get pleasure from it correctly and take heed to it in full once I drive house.

“I am unable to wait to sit down down and take heed to all of it.

“It is fairly loopy, I really feel very fortunate.”

A spokesperson For Asda mentioned: “This was an remoted incident and the album is now off sale.”

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