If fans thought Taylor Swift wasn’t going to find a way to make the holidays special for them after a particularly tough 2020, then they are definitely getting a nice surprise, as the singer has announced that she is dropping her second surprise album of the year at midnight Dec. 10.

The album, “Evermore,” is one Swift described on Instagram as a sister album to “Folklore,” which dropped in July, and continues the working relationships from that album, Variety reports. Those include Jack Antonoff, the National’s Aaron Dessner and “WB,” also known as the singer’s boyfriend, Joe Alwyn, for who she uses the pseudonym of William Broad.

In a separate post for the announcement, she also revealed the tracklist, which includes songs “No Body, No Crime,” featuring Haim, Coney Island, featuring The National, and the title track, Evermore, featuring Bon Iver.

The announcement comes on the heels of Swift giving a tease of her re-recorded version of “Love Story” in a Match.com ad directed by her friend Ryan Reynolds, as well as news of a way she genuinely made the holiday season for two different women who have struggled since the COVID-19 Pandemic and were featured in a Washington Post story about those facing eviction.

On two separate GoFundMe pages, Swift donated $13,000 to the women—Nikki Cornwell and Shelbie Selewski—who were both set to have eviction hearings in the new year. According to NBC News, Cornwell, a single mom, was $4,000 behind on rent while Selewski, who has a daughter with a collapsed lung, which is a high-risk factor for COVID-19, was unable to work due to the risk her job posed to her baby. She had fallen behind and had both her electric and gas cut off.

“I’m so sorry for everything you’ve had to go through this year and wanted to send you this gift, from one Nashville girl to another,” Swift wrote to Cornwell on her GoFundMe page.

To Selewski, she wrote “No one should have to feel the kind of stress that’s been out on you. I hope you and your beautiful family have a great holiday season.”

Swift has been known throughout her career for her quiet donations to others who have been less fortunate, including donations to NYC schools, fellow singer Kesha, the Joyful Heart Foundation and the Houston Food Bank after the area was devastated by Hurricane Harvey. She has also made private donations to fans in the past as well.

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LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA - DECEMBER 12:Taylor Swift attends the 2019 Billboard Women In Music at Hollywood Palladium on December 12, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images) Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images