Taylor Swift is set to release the fourth single from her forthcoming album 'Reputation' at midnight.
The 27-year-old pop megastar has so far put out 'Look What You Made Me Do', 'Ready For It?' and 'Gorgeous' from her sixth studio LP, and has teased her next track 'Call It What You Want'.
Sharing the lyrics on Twitter, she wrote: "Holding my breath/ Slowly I said/ You Don't Need To Save Me ... But would you run away with me? ... Yes."
She captioned the post: "Call It What You Want. Midnight Eastern. (sic)"
Last month, the 'Shake It Off' hitmaker filmed parts of her music video outside a kebab shop in north London.
The blonde beauty was joined by 60 crew members, including extras and backing dancers, at the Kentish Delight takeaway in Kentish Town to shoot the promo for one of her songs.
The video is inspired by a night out in the UK capital and reveals what some of Taylor's favourite things are to do when she comes to London and it will also show her going to a pub and riding a night bus.
A source previously said: "The video shows Taylor on a night out. She has spent months quietly going under the radar in London this year and has been out a lot more than anybody realises.
"It is quite telling that she has been hanging out in these regular and unexpected places. She wants to show people she is just a normal girl."
Taylor - who is dating British actor Joe Alwyn - filmed the video between 9 pm and 6 am to minimise the chance of any leaks or footage being filmed by onlookers.
'Reputation' comes out in November.
Here's the lyric video for her new single:
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