The singer also performed a mashup of “Is It Over Now?” and “Out Of The Woods” during her second night in France

The Eras tour setlist is still evolving as Taylor Swift returns to the stage for the European leg of her discography-spanning tour. The run picked up last night with an opening show in France, which saw the premiere of multiple The Tortured Poets Department songs at the sacrifice of a number of songs from older albums. To make up for it, the singer is incorporating even more songs from her new release into the live show.

On Friday evening, Swift performed in Paris for the second night in a row and treated the attending Swifties to the live debut of “My Boy Only Breaks His Favorite Toys.” It joins the other newly-added The Tortured Poets Department songs “But Daddy I Love Him,” “So High School,” “I Can Do It with a Broken Heart,” “Who’s Afraid of Little Old Me,” and a mashup of “Down Bad” and “Fortnight.”

The song appeared as the second selection in the surprise song section of the set. Swift added another mashup to the setlist for the first song, combining the 1989 (Taylor’s Version) vault track “Is It Over Now?” with the 1989 single “Out of the Woods.”


The Eras tour paused for a few weeks after Swift made stops in Japan, Australia, and Singapore earlier this year. In the interim, the singer dropped 31 new songs when she released The Tortured Poets Department and followed it up mere hours later with the extended Anthology edition. The album, she told her Paris audience, emerged during an earlier break in the tour. “When we had a 2 month break we really didn’t take any time off,” she said.

Swift has two more nights in Paris this Saturday and Sunday before heading over to Stockhold next week. Her tour schedule for the remainder of May includes stops in Lisbon and Madrid.

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