Then it turned to people seeing the word “Woodvale” on the cover of his “Folklore” album, believing that it was the symbol of a third album.
But he told Kimmel the whole “Woodvale” thing “which gives a little explanation.”
He said, “I’m like an angry secret agent about clues and hints and dropping Easter eggs and it’s very annoying, but it’s fun for the fans and it’s fun for me because they like to pick things up, ” she explained. “And those music videos or photos or whatever and then sometimes I take it too far and I’ll make a mistake, notice a lot of things.”
According to Swift, while making “Folklore” she was “too afraid to unveil the album’s title to her closest peers and management.”
“I didn’t tell anyone the title of the album before, until she came out.” “And so I came up with a fake code name that had the same characters as ‘folktales.’
So she chose “Woodvale” and mockup the cover to see what it would look like. The only problem is that she once decided that she didn’t really want to have a title on the album cover, she says that they forgot the code name.
Kimmel suspected that the singer and her team might have made such an error and questioned Swift if she was telling the truth, to which she insisted that she was.
That’s why the code name of the album “Evermore”, “November,” did not end on any cover.
Swift said, “We missed all the mock-ups of album covers this time.” “We learned our lesson.”