Through the documentary about the recording of “Folklore”, Taylor Swift confirmed her boyfriend Joe Alwyn’s co-wrote at least two songs on her latest album.
According to InStyle, Taylor Swift recounts the process of making the Folklore album through Folklore documentary work: The Long Pond Studio Sessions.
In the film, she admitted her boyfriend Joe Alwyn was involved in composing some of the songs in the score. And the name William Bowery mentioned in the album as Betty and Exile’s musician is in fact Joe Alwyn.
The documentary Folklore: The Long Pond Studio Sessions was filmed at the Long Pond studio, upstate New York, in September 2020. The work is directed by Taylor Swift. It was created remotely during the Covid pandemic and launched in July.
The documentary featured performances of the 17 songs on the album and the stories behind them. The album hit the record for most first-day album streams by a female artist on Spotify, a music streaming website at 80.6 million streams. Taylor released “Folklore” with less than 24 hours of notice.