The "6 Years" reference in Taylor Swift's new song "The Albatross" has fans "convinced" that the song is about Joe Alwyn. 

Taylor Swift's announcement of her new album, "The Tortured Poets Department," and its alternate edition, "The Albatross," sparked speculation among fans about references to her ex Joe Alwyn. 

Swift's reveal of "The Albatross" bonus track during her Eras Tour concert in Sydney fueled further speculation about Alwyn's influence on the song title. 

Fans on social media analyzed Swift's hints, including a black-and-white beach photo and references to the albatross, linking them to her relationship with Alwyn. 

Some fans connected the term "albatross" metaphorically to signify a psychological burden, potentially referencing Swift's past with Alwyn. 

Swift's collaboration with Alwyn, who previously co-wrote songs under the pseudonym William Bowery, added fuel to the speculation about his influence on her album. 

References to Alwyn and Swift's relationship were noted in the tracklist, such as "So Long London," presumed to reflect their time spent together in his native city. 

Fans recalled significant dates, like April 19, 2023, when Swift's friends unfollowed Alwyn on social media, linking it to the release date of "The Tortured Poets Department" on April 19, 2024. 

Connections were drawn between Swift's album title and a conversation between Alwyn and actor Paul Mescal about their WhatsApp group "The Tortured Man Club." 

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