By Marissa G. Muller
The world is hungry for Taylor Swift‘s new album — especially in Canada, where they’re so eager to hear the country-gone-pop-star’s new songs that one of them consisting solely of white noise topped iTunes.
N0, Swift hasn’t gotten into performance art — or noise music, for that matter. The whole incident turned out to be a “glitch,” according to The Independent, that led iTunes to post for sale an eight-second Taylor Swift song of nothingness called “Track 3.”
Fans saw the new track offered as part of her upcoming 1989 album and acted fast — so fast that they didn’t even preview the song. The immediate response rocketed “Track 3” to the top of the charts in Canada.