Taylor Swift announced Thursday she’ll release a new version of “This Love (Taylor’s Version)”, from the album 1989 at midnight, continuing a campaign to re-record her first six albums in a dispute over ownership of the master recordings.

At the same time as her announcement on Instagram, merchandise collections on her online store appeared for both 1989, which was originally released in 2014 and features the hit songs “Blank Space” and “Style,” and Speak Now, a 2010 album featuring “Mine” and “Back To December.”

Swift is known for making cryptic hints in her social media posts, music videos and other work about her upcoming projects, and her dedicated fan base has been convinced for months either Speak Now or 1989 will be her next re-release.

In 2019 Big Machine Records sold the master recordings to Swift’s first six albums to music manager Scooter Braun.

Swift said she was not given an opportunity to purchase the recordings, and said she was only offered the chance to negotiate with Braun if she signed an extensive non-disclosure agreement.

Braun, who is best known for discovering and managing Justin Bieber, previously said he tried to meet with Swift to come to an agreement.

Later that year, Swift pledged to re-record her first six albums. In 2020, Braun sold Swift’s masters to Shamrock Capital.

The first re-release, 2008’s Fearless (Taylor’s Version) came out in April 2021, followed by 2012’s Red (Taylor’s Version) in November.