Taylor Swift’s “New Year’s Day” Song Review

New Year’s Day is the final track on Taylor Swift’s 2017 album Reputation and features production by Jack Antonoff.

Everything Mainstream Consensus:


“A slight throwback to earlier Taylor Swift, New Year’s Day is sweet in a cute kind of way, but it has one major flaw: it’s boring. Closing out an album that features massive booming productions and bombastic styles, New Year’s Day simply does not fit on Reputation.”

Taylor Swift’s “Reputation” Album Review

Everything Mainstream ranks music based on a mix of artistic, commercial, and fan appeal. When the cover art of a single/album is green, the single/album is certified positive, while yellow means mixed response and red symbolize a negative certification.

All Reputation Song Reviews (click to open song review in new tab):

…Ready For It?

End Game

I Did Something Bad

Don’t Blame Me


Look What You Made Me Do

So It Goes…


Getaway Car

King of My Heart

Dancing With Our Hands Tied


This Is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things

Call It What You Want

New Year’s Day