Taylor Swift Celebrates Pride with New Single ‘You Need to Calm Down’

It’s official! Taylor Swift has announced the name of her new album: Lover!

The “romantic” album is set for release on Aug. 23, and has 18 tracks on it.

After announcing the release date and title, Taylor dropped her second single, “You Need to Calm Down,” at midnight on Friday.

The song simultaneously calls out mean keyboard warriors and acts as a Pride anthem — just in time for Pride Month.

“Say it in the street that’s a knock out/But you say it in a tweet that’s a cop out,” she says, calling out internet trolls. “Snakes and stones never broke my bones,” she continues, before launching into the song’s chorus.

“You are somebody that we don’t know/But you’re coming at my friends like a missile/Why are you mad?/When you could be GLAAD?” Swift sings on the track, referencing the LGBTQ media organization. The song continues: “Sunshine on the street at the parade/But you would rather be in the dark ages/Making that sign/Must have taken all night.”