After Taylor Swift dressed up “Lover” and “False God” with sentimental and snazzy performances on Saturday Night Live last Saturday, Swifties can prepare for more tiny concerts (hint hint).
The setlist and images from the Lover artist’s visit at NPR’s Washington, D.C. offices for a Tiny Desk Concert have surfaced online, but the date of her online performance has yet to be revealed.
“Lover,” “All Too Well,” “The Man” and “Death By a Thousand Cuts” were on the docket — with “All Too Well” being the only throwback track off of her 2012 album Red.
Morgan Noelle Smith, a video producer at NPR Music, shared another sneak peek image of Swift’s upcoming performance that showed off the singer’s dressy plaid blazer and red velvet shirt underneath.
“We have a lot of people who come to perform at the desk, but it is SO humbling to see someone as famous, as huge, as ICONIC as Taylor Swift just come in, sit behind the desk, and play her music the same way it was written… just her on a guitar and at the piano,” she wrote.
Update: Swift has since taken to social media to tease her Tiny Desk. “Tiny desk, BIG mood. Thank you @NPR for that awesome experience, I can’t wait to relive it when #tinydesk comes out,” she wrote.
–| Taylor‘s @nprmusic Tiny Desk Concert setlist:
?? All Too Well
?? The Man
?? Death By a Thousand Cuts pic.twitter.com/9G7i733uhf
— Taylor Swift Updates (@TSwiftLAMedia) October 11, 2019
Ok I need to take a moment to share just how thankful I am to be where I am right now… Today I met Taylor Swift. She complimented my makeup and we were wearing matching blazers. After that, she sat down and worked with me for 45 minutes on camera blocking and her set list. It was unreal. We have a lot of people who come to perform at the desk, but it is SO humbling to see someone as famous, as huge, as ICONIC as Taylor Swift just come in, sit behind the desk, and play her music the same way it was written… just her on a guitar and at the piano. And the best part, she sang my favorite song… All Too Well. While I stood behind the camera, focused on her face, a little voice in my head started screaming at me: “This is YOUR life. This is happening right now. You’re filming Taylor Swift; she’s singing your favorite song and you’re directing this shoot.” I am SO freaking thankful for my job, for my colleagues for making this amazing day happen and for this amazing life that I somehow get to live. Thank you, @taylorswift for the best day! I would be lying if I said I didn’t shed a few happy tears. #tinydesk #tinydeskconcert #nprmusic #taylorswift #alltoowell #lover
— Taylor Swift (@taylorswift13) October 11, 2019