Peloton users will be able to ring in 2022 working on their fitness with the help of Taylor Swift‘s re-recorded Red. The album is now featured in a number of at-home classes, Peloton said on Instagram on December 25.
“Some guessed it. Even more hoped for it. Taylor Swift’s music. Now on Peloton. Experience class after class, song after song of Red (Taylor’s Version) in one of the most anticipated Artist Series we’ve ever made. All of the heartbreak. All of the hope. All of the classes, Red (Taylor’s Version),” the caption said.
Classes in cycling, tread, strength, stretching and yoga that work in Swift’s tunes are available on the Peloton app in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Germany and Australia. A full schedule was unveiled on Peloton’s website.
Before sharing the news, Peloton — who in the past has partnered with Beyoncé, the Verzuz series and more — hinted at Swift being a part of its Artist Series with a series of clues, including publishing an Instagram post on December 13, which is Swift’s birthday. The December 13 update revealed the fitness platform’s last collaboration 2021 would drop on December 25, teasing, “You won’t want to miss this one.”
Red (Taylor’s Version), a 30-track re-recording of her 2012 Red album, was released on November 12 and became the star’s 10th album to soar to No. 1 on the Billboard 200. Among its previously unheard tracks is a 10-minute version of “All Too Well,” which went to No. 1 on the Hot 100.
Following their historic releases, both Taylor Swift’s Red (Taylor’s Version) and Fearless (Taylor’s Version) show no signs of slowing down with total consumption of each album moving over 2 Million album equivalents globally. Since its release, Red (Taylor’s Version) has moved over 1 Million album equivalents in the U.S. alone, with Fearless (Taylor’s Version) on track to do the same this month.