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S3E11 - Lyrics Challenge 2 (feat. The Flash)
This would be a good one to skip, Mom. Gets a bit explicit. Instagram @SwiftBoyz
S3E10 - Willow
The Swift Boyz come back stronger than a 90s trend in with a brand new episode about evermore's lead single. Happy 2021, y'all. New year, new boyz.
S3E9 - Tis the Damn Season
It's that time of year again Swifties. Pull up a chair, grab a mug of eggnog, and join the Swift Boyz for their second annual Christmas episode. Insta @SwiftBoyz
S3E8 - Evermore Hot Takes
We're back Swifties. We were gone for a while because Captain Natty picked up a habit of streaming on Twitch instead of recording podcasts (rude). But Taylor drew us back in with some tracks we simply could not wait to review. Instagram @SwiftBoyz
S3E7 - Name That Tune 2
The Boyz are back with vengeance. Play along at home as the Boyz compete to see who can name the most Taylor Swift songs based only on the first few seconds of each. Pretty exciting episode tbh.
S3E6 - Exile
To quote High School Musical 3, "The boy[z] are back". And they're here to tell you all about the second best song on Taylor Swift's folklore album. Instagram @SwiftBoyz
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London Boy is overrated
But this podcast isn’t!
The best T Swift podcast out there
As a huge Swiftie, I adore this podcast. It’s the polar opposite of scripted, which is great because you never know if it’s going to be a normal episode or a Thursday episode (Listen to the Paper Rings episode and it’ll make sense). Overall, a hilarious take on all of Taylor’s lyrical masterpieces. Thank you guys!
Not What I Expected
When I heard there was a popular podcast about Swift, I was elated. I was expecting it to provide an in depth analysis on the life and work of Jonathan Swift and his 17th century English Societal commentary “Gulliver’s Travels.” Or perhaps a rigorous review of his remarks on Irish subjugation in “A Modest Proposal.” I’m saddened that the influence of the clearly more monumental Swift seems to be continually waning.
+1 star for these two being funny though.