Taylor Swift's new album is called '1989' and will be out to purchase on October 27.
That image above is the album's 'cover art', obviously.
This information was shared as part of tonight's buffertastic livestreamed Swiftogeddon event, which also saw her dance around with members of a studio audience to her new single 'Shake It Off', which can hear here (the video was directed by Mark Romanek whose work as you can see is distinctly above average).
She also informed the world that the song was co-written with Max Martin and Shellback and that the album in general was influenced by the endless possibilities of the music made in the 1980s.
There's going to be a 'deluxe' version with three bonus songs which are just versions of three songs on the album but in demo form and recorded on a dictaphone or something.
More importantly, however, she referred to the album a couple of times as her first proper pop album, which is a pretty good sign.
You can buy the single and pre-order the album now if you like.