Why millions of Taylor Swift fans wish they didn't spend $1.29 on her new track.

Taylor Swift has just released another number 1 hit on iTunes.

The track is ambitious.

It’s edgy.

It’s modern.

It’s eight seconds of white noise.

Thanks to a glitch in the Canadian iTunes system, a song called ‘Track 3’ was accidentally released under Taylor’s name. Fans thought she had released a snippet of a new track, as she’s been mysteriously hinting at lyrics on social media.

But, no.

They spent $1.29 on this:

At least it will be easy to sing along. Cccccccccccccchhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh.

The song shot to the top of the iTunes chart, and was then Swiftly (get it?) removed. Neither Apple nor Taylor have commented on whether the glitch was a publicity stunt or an accident.

Taylor has Instagrammed the track list for her new 1989 album that is scheduled to be released on October 27th. She has been in Australia recently promoting the impending album and being all cute and likeable.

The full track list. #TS1989

A photo posted by Taylor Swift (@taylorswift) on

Can’t wait to hear it.

If the rest of the album is anything like Track 3, it’s going to be memorable.

Taylor is lovely to her fans. One time, she surprised a hardcore fan at her bridal shower:

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