folklore: the long pond studio sessions is a concert film in which Taylor performs all songs of her album Folklore. She also tells the story behind every song, accompanied by co-producers Aaron Dessner and Jack Antonoff. It was filmed in the Long Pond Studios in New York.
The performances in the film are available as the folklore: the long pond studio sessions (from the Disney+ special) deluxe edition album. The film is available on Disney+.
Taylor Swift performs this intimate concert of every song from her recent album, “folklore.” Accompanied by her co-producers and filmed at the historic Long Pond Studios, a setting that evokes the nostalgic, wistful nature of the album, Taylor discusses the creation and meaning of each song as they record their first in-person performance together, since remotely producing the collection.
- In the film, it's revealed that William Bowery, the co-writer of Exile and Betty, is actually Taylor's boyfriend Joe Alwyn.
- This was the first time Aaron Dessner and Jack Antonoff were in a room together, as they worked together for folklore via online communication.
folklore: the long pond studio sessions (from the Disney+ special) deluxe edition album
The performances in the concert film were made into an album called folklore: the long pond studio sessions (from the Disney+ special) deluxe edition album. The album consists of two discs, the first disc being the original album and the second disc being the live performances.