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Does INTHAF fit to folklore?

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when I first listened to this track on Lover, I felt like this one is so out of place and it was my least fave from the album

Now after folklore got released, I feel like I can appreciate this track more

Do you think Taylor hinted folklore with this track?

I don't know the genre of this song either, is it folk?

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BtDecember

Yes

 

 The structure is literally like a folklore

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MusicTalker

No, I think even this is too poppy for what Folklore was going for, which was extremely stripped back and minimal production. The 

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katyslut

nope

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argos

Nope. The production doesn't fit folklore at all

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Kavish

It's a gateway to folklore but not folklore.

 

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enchanted0

omg basically this one is genetically modified seven

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TeeJay

love the song but no. It's too produced and is too poppy to fit with the folklore. 

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gatito

The backing vocals are a bit annoying tbh

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Safe&Sound

I always think INTHAF <-> epiphany sonically

What genre is INTHAF?

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Safe&Sound
1 minute ago, gatito said:

The backing vocals are a bit annoying tbh

This

I always hate it, too loud, beside the boring production with no climax

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MissedTheTrain

The production would need some tweaking to fit in better on Folklore, but writing wise it definitely would fit.

 

The songs from Lover that wouldn't sound totally out of place on folklore are Lover, The Archer, and this.

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Cute

no it belongs in lover, it would rupture the cohesion of folklore

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JoeAg

I loooove that song

but no, if anything would fit on Folklore, it'd be The Archer. that'd still be a bit of a stretch though

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Gorgeous

lowkey yes. but the archer and soon you'll get better come first to mind. 

 

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keshasfillers

I like this song but I don’t think it belongs to folklore.

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Blue.

Tematically it is very six like, so it would be redundant.

Sonically it does have a lot of elements that are consisten with folklore’s sound, although put through a pop filter. Toned down of the glimmering synths and more earthy sounding trumpets, it would work, otherwise it is too abrassively pop.

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