Taylor Swift fans think a hidden word in album artwork means she has a THIRD record on the way

Taylor Swift fans think a hidden word in album artwork means she has a THIRD record on the way… just hours after release of Evermore

Taylor Swift fans think she already has another album on the way, just hours after the release of evermore – her second LP of 2020.

Right after the cardigan singer, 30, debuted evermore, Swifties – always on the look out for an Easter egg – noticed the title had been hidden into the corner of photos from folklore promo art.

And fans now think a third album is on the way after finding the word ‘woodvale’ looming at the top of another photo.

Prolific: If Taylor Swift fans are right she could have yet another album on the way

Prolific: If Taylor Swift fans are right she could have yet another album on the way

Some super-fans did a deep dive to find out that Woodvale is a specific estate located near the Lake District in the United Kingdom, a location she also paid tribute to with The Lakes, a track off folklore.

While the possibility of another album is still up in the air, Swift has offered some insider into one of the most interesting songs on her new album.

In the song No Body No Crime, Taylor avenges the murder of a woman named Este who confronts her cheating husband.

Into the woods: Fans now think a third album is on the way after finding the word 'woodvale' looming at the top of another photo

Into the woods: Fans now think a third album is on the way after finding the word ‘woodvale’ looming at the top of another photo

What's that!? Right after the cardigan singer, 30, debuted evermore, Swifties - always on the look out for an Easter egg - noticed the title had been hidden into the corner of photos from folklore promo art

What’s that!? Right after the cardigan singer, 30, debuted evermore, Swifties – always on the look out for an Easter egg – noticed the title had been hidden into the corner of photos from folklore promo art

Secret: The word is seen hovering in the corner of the cover for the 'hide and seek' special edition of the folklore vinyl

Secret: The word is seen hovering in the corner of the cover for the ‘hide and seek’ special edition of the folklore vinyl

The track was partially inspired by Este Haim of the band Haim, so of course Taylor had to reach out.

‘Working with the Haim sisters on No Body, No Crime was pretty hilarious because it came about after I wrote a pretty dark murder mystery song and had named the character Este, because she’s the friend I have who would be stoked to be in a song like that,’ she told Entertainment Weekly.

‘I had finished the song and was nailing down some lyric details and texted her, “You’re not going to understand this text for a few days but…which chain restaurant do you like best?” and I named a few,’ she continued. 

Interesting: While it's unclear if another album will happen, Taylor recently revealed some of the background to her track No Body, No Crime with the Haim sisters. They're all seen with actress Abigail Anderson (far left) above

Interesting: While it’s unclear if another album will happen, Taylor recently revealed some of the background to her track No Body, No Crime with the Haim sisters. They’re all seen with actress Abigail Anderson (far left) above

‘She chose Olive Garden and a few days later I sent her the song and asked if they would sing on it. It was an immediate “YES.”

‘We can’t figure out why we hadn’t collaborated sooner. We’ve toured together, played live together, choreographed dances like we’re at summer camp, but it took a song about avenging your friend’s murder to give us the idea to take this step. Long story short, I’m the 4th Haim sister now, confirmed,’ she concluded.

Fans can stream Taylor’s new album evermore across platforms.

Listen: Fans can stream Taylor's new album evermore across platforms

Listen: Fans can stream Taylor’s new album evermore across platforms

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