Taylor Swift's Post-1989 Plans: 'I Think People Might Need A Break From Me'
October 9, 2015
How does Taylor Swift plan on following up the incredible success of 1989? By stepping out of the spotlight and taking a break.
Swift shared with NME magazine, “I think I should take some time off. I think people might need a break from me. I’m going to … I don’t know. Hang out with my friends. Write new music. Maybe not write new music. I don’t know.”
She goes on to acknowledge that she’s aware of how successful her 1989 album is and that it’s not about being scared of topping the album with the next, but accepting that her work to come will not even be able to compare. It will be more of a transitional state for Swift if anything else as she says, “How could the next one be as big? Maybe the next album will be a bridge to somewhere else. Or maybe I’ll just go ahead and change everything.”
Whatever she plans on doing post-1989, it’s refreshing how realistic she’s handling her future endeavors. She’s aware that 1989 could be a peak for her, and while she’s not giving up her career entirely, she’s considering taking a break for herself because she’s human. And who doesn’t deserve a break every now and then?
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