Taylor Swift is back to work.
The 32-year-old songstress is currently working on the reworked version of her 2010 album, Speak Now, which will be released in the coming months, sources reported.
“Taylor has quietly been in the studio working on remaking both Speak Now and 1989,” they revealed.
“All details are still being ironed out but Speak Now Taylor’s Version should be out within the next couple of months before she kicks off her Eras world tour.”
The latest news comes only a few months after the release of her record-breaking tenth studio album, Midnights.
The Lover singer has previously released two re-recorded albums, namely Fearless and Red – both of which were welcomed by fans with open arms.
“Many other artists would have paused to enjoy the success she has seen with Midnights but Taylor is super focused and works around the clock for her fans,” the source added.
Swift is also set to embark on her first worldwide tour in five years, The Eras Tour, this year.