Swift calls out homophobes on new song, announces 7th album

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Taylor even slyly revealed her new album's title in the background of the "ME!" music video.

Perhaps the most intriguing lyric is at the end of the second verse, when she sings, 'And control your urges to scream about all the people you hate/'Cause shade never made anybody less gay'. It's flawless timing given it's now Pride month, and the lyrics aren't subtle about those who are against the LGBTQ community.

At another point she sings: "You need to just stop, like can you just not step on his gown?"

She has a long list of ex-lovers, but it seems that now Taylor Swift is only concerned with one.

In a May interview with German news agency DPA, Swift said her music was going to take a political turn.

The pop star, 29, announced in an Instagram Live with fans Thursday that she's partnering with British designer Stella McCartney to launch a capsule inspired by her upcoming seventh studio album, Lover, which will be released on August 23.

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Check out Lover's dreamy, pastel-colored artwork above, and start those countdowns - August 23 will be here before you know it, and you do NOT need to calm down about it.

You can now listen to T-Swift's new single on Deezer.

In addition, she gave fans a look at her new album cover, which was shot by Valheria Rocha, adding that she collaborated with fashion designer Stella McCartney for the album.

We can only imagine what the full music video will entail, set to drop on Monday June 17th, especially due to the fact that Taylor mentioned QUOTE, "I wanted you to hear the song first, then see the video". I think you can find romance in loneliness or sadness or going through a conflict or dealing with things in your life. She posted the teaser video to her 83.5 million Twitter followers as well, assuring whatever she had to say would have a large audience.

Featuring 18 songs in total, Lover will be available in four, different, deluxe editions.

We've got a lot of time to kill between now and the new album.