Every Single Album


Nora Princiotti and Nathan Hubbard are two pop music enthusiasts. Together, they break down every single album from some of your favorite stars, like Taylor Swift, Adele, and Harry Styles. Topics include favorite collaborators, track five meanings, where these artists get their inspiration, and more.

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  • DC post fan
    One of my favorite podcasts
    Absolutely love this pod. Smart, insightful, and great chemistry between Nora and Nathan with the right amount of irreverence. This podcast turned my husband into a full fledged swiftie!
  • Bobbi28
    Over It
    Liked this podcast until it became painfully obvious that Nora knows nothing about music, and Nathan just likes to make irrelevant comparisons to other songs.
  • WallyHY
    Good Vibes
    The hosts have good chemistry and keep things positive, even when being critical. My only complaint, and the reason for the 3 star rating, is that Nathan’s primary method of evaluating a song is to compare it to another song. He does this on nearly every track on every album that they review. The comparisons add little value to the discussion, if anything, it implies that the artist isn’t original. I’m updating this after hearing the Olivia Rodrigo ‘Guts’ episode. Nora is great but all Nathan does is compare tracks to songs by other artists, THAT IS NOT INSIGHTFUL. Please replace Nathan with someone with original ideas and the ability to think about music critically.
  • amadrak
    Love this pod! They are so funny and share inside knowledge on the latest.
  • sark657
    Two Writers Who Are Swifties
    Intelligent conversation, fun rapport, excellent critiques, mixed with admiration for Taylor Swift. A must-listen for anyone who calls themselves a Taylor Swift fan.
  • elderswiftie
    Bye Nathan
    Nora is awesome and offers meaningful insight, but hearing Nathan mansplain Taylor Swift to a lifelong Swiftie, and the listeners in general, made my ears bleed. He also talks about her physical appearance in a way that makes me uncomfortable, complaining about how her hair gets curlier throughout the show. We love the curly hair. We stan the curly hair. So Nathan, former Ticketmaster CEO who is likely part of the current disaster, just stop and go wax poetic about John Mayer or something.
  • Melissa T 1234
    Nathan is HORRIBLE. Unsubscribe unsubscribe!!’n
    this middle aged going on his podcast talking about her virginity, her hair, when she’s gonna get married, her tiredness. Shut up!! Taylor should sue!!!
  • kimbers186
    It’s okay
    I was excited to find this podcast. I love the woman host but the guy irks me. Can he find some joy in his life? He’s going to like 4 shows but seems annoyed and critical over everything Taylor swift. Very off putting. I’d like to hear someone who genuinely is excited about what they are talking about.
  • Dana V
    Sorry I tried but Nate’s rant about Taylor’s hair was the last straw
  • bdieikwnsjsjskansns
    A podcast for white people
    Your Matty Healy take marginalizes, minimizes, and forsakes your melanated listeners. Shame on you both.
  • karliellis14
    Please don’t stop
    I love this podcast so much! I look forward to it every single week and I hope it continues even after summer is over! I love the added songs, the different viewpoints, and just listening to other swifties talk about Taylor Swift!
  • MareSwan
    Love 💜🫶🏻
    After the summer please keep this up while Taylor is still on tour
  • VegetableBlood
    Great, maybe getting a little too meta
    One of my favorite podcasts. Very grounded and insightful. My only thing is sometimes Nora’s analysis becomes so long winded and with so many caveats and disclaimers that it’s hard to listen to.
  • Princess KGB
    My swiftie heart
    Nathan has questionable taste, but Nora is bright, insightful, and brings real media savvy to the discussions! I love listening to her takes (even the hot ones). So glad this podcast exists.
  • Jenww9754
    Good but needs work
    Aside from Nora being the most annoying human on earth. PLEASE stop playing 5 second music clips every 10 min. It’s so completely unnecessary. If we want to stop and play a song, we will!! I also don’t appreciate all the snark. They are so ruthless toward Joe, Taylor Lautner etc. “what does Taylor do all day”. You do remember he was in the biggest franchise of the 2000s? Let him live. The only reason I’m keeping this at 3 stars is because I do think Nathan has interesting data and industry insight.
  • bcliff64
    Love the clips!
    As a new Swifty, I discovered this podcast and I love hearing the short music clips when they talk about a song because I don’t know all of the songs by name but once I hear it, I know it. Please keep them in. Love the podcast!
  • Ryallm
    Great show, stop editing in song clips so often
    Don’t need to hear the legally maximum you can play if every song the hosts utter the name of. Just release a shorter show it’s borderline unlistenable at times
  • clclynnc
    Stop the long clips.
    Why do we need a thirty second clip of a song every time one lyric is mentioned? We know the songs you’re talking about. Like, we do not need to hear the chorus of Flowers just because you mentioned Flowers was on the chart. We all know the song Flowers. The points of reference are redundant and irritating.
  • Sinds Nacks
    Listen to their older eps
    Loved their analysis on each Taylor Swift album, but the more recent episodes are bumming me out. Calling Born to Die teeny bopper? On a Taylor Swift podcast?? Unforgivable. Not to mention how completely ridiculous they sounded talking about Matty Healy but other reviews have addressed that.
  • J&A's
    Wish there was a BIPOC pov at least a bit
    I am a big fan of Taylor and I genuinely enjoy this podcast. My one issue is that I really wish they would bring on someone of color to address some of the related controversies with Taylor and race. This involves Matty and the usage of Ice Spice but even in older conversations about her reaction to Nicki and awards. There’s also something to be said for how often her activism does not go further than herself and it’s magnified much larger by her fan base. To ignore the white feminism at play with Taylor and her brand really ignores part of the pop structure around her. I’m not sure how you can have an in-depth look at her just bypassing that as they tend to do. As a black fan of Taylor it is absolutely something I think about.
  • clearpurple89
    Sounds about white
    Absolutely SHOCKING that middle aged white man Nathan Hubbard makes excuses for Matty Healy’s racist, sexist, anti-Semitic and islamophobic actions. And his white female cohost agrees that he is just a “messy rebound” that Taylor “deserves” to enjoy. Must be nice to be unaffected by his words and actions! You can be a fan of Taylor’s music without making excuses for her associating with a bigot. Disappointing but not surprising based on the heteronormative white bubble the hosts clearly live in.
  • ColeBritney
    Why am I just finding you?!?
    Brilliant. Wish I knew about you sooner!!
  • 😋😆😪😭
    Disappointed but not surprised
    Honestly disappointed but not surprised with these two. If any other artist dated someone with the history that Matty has they would be tearing them into the ground. But because it’s Taylor the excuses come out and it’s no big deal. Be better and stop acting like 13 year old Fangirls. I was expecting an adult conversation, guess I was wrong.
  • Meghead1121
    Keep it coming!
    Absolutely love these two and their takes. So excited to hear from them every week now on all things TS!
  • 🙊🙈🙊🙈🙊🙈🙊🙈🙈🙈
    I know they mean well, but for some reason their conversations seem so forced and awkward. Their senses of humor, especially the guy, reminds me of my grandpa with some PAINFUL jokes. I’ve been a Taylor Swift fan for a long time and they semi know what they’re talking about, but it’s VERY surface level. Would not recommend even to sleep because the audio quality is horrible aswell.
  • Loved the episode with Cody
    My FAVORITE Podcast!
    I’m a Taylor Swift fan…but I’m an absolute Stan of the Every Single Album podcast! Nora Princiotti and Nathan Hubbard are content producing masterminds with this pod. The collective knowledge and passion that these two have for Taylor Swift (and the other artists they’ve featured on the pod) makes this such a joy to listen to; I eagerly await every new episode. Thank you, Nora and Nathan, for giving me the best workday podcast content and for deepening my own love of Taylor Swift with your vast knowledge and enthusiasm. I’ve recommended this pod to so many friends, and I cannot recommend it enough to all Swifties out there (and 1D and Adele fans).
  • flangeslammer
    Nora is an unhinged 18 year old Swiftie lol
    “the backlash is - i think - grounded in people who want to make a better world” - Nora is apparently a 12 year old about all this. read an article. understand what is actually said, not what is written on a buzzfeed article in 2023.
  • cdg0421
    Do better on take purge re: Matt Healy
    Agreed with most of the hot takes. However, I do not think it is possible to widen the lens enough on Matt Healy to make violent porn ok. That is a very predictable - yet disappointing - male take to have. Sure, he’s a confused guy who does not seem to understand the responsibility that comes with his fame, but that doesn’t justify the rest.
  • 25 PS
    I love it
    Its great on a scale from 1 to 10 how much do you love weddings. Make longer podcasts.
  • Bun Queen
    Great Podcast!
    I’ve loved listening to all of your episodes on Taylor swift, I have learned to appreciate so many new Taylor Swift songs based on everything you guys had to say about them, like Ivy and Seven. However… Complaint: Would’ve, Could’ve, Should’ve is not about virginity, it’s so so so much deeper than that!!!! I think the idea of giving up your “girlhood” when you have sex for the first time is not on brand with 2023 Taylor who sings about not wanting to be a wife. She’s not haunted to this day by losing her hymen, she’s haunted by the cruelty that changed her forever.
  • gemurray7
    Love the pod!!! But why not Girl at Home?
    I LOVE your podcast. You are both so thoughtful and clearly have thought carefully about Taylor’s career, music, and lyrics. But I love the song Girl at Home. I think it’s objectively a total bop. I need more info on why you guys don’t like it!?
  • jxb9101
    Can we get a Miley Cyrus every single album?
    Feel free to skip dead pets but she’s underrated in my opinion!
  • Jrcaldwel
    Thank you!
    This podcast was a highlight for me for 2022! I loved listening to you two dissect every aspect of the albums. You made my drive to work so enjoyable and fun. I loved hearing your enthusiasm; It was infectious. You also made me change my mind on several songs. Your love for certain songs really shed a new light. Thank you for a great time!
  • wjatypudoung?
    Their pod shows how awkward it is to not meet somebody and make a pod with them. Also I hate that Natan always puts down Nora in almost everything she says or does. I think of Nathan were to show some more respect towards Nora than it might just be a great podcast bc the topics are great.
  • T-SwiftFan
    Love it, but…
    It goes without saying that I’m a huge Taylor fan, so listening to this podcast feels like breaking down/discussing/fangirling over her music with close friends who are equally obsessed. But… Nathan comes across as a bit self-important and pretentious. He’s got some great opinions and ideas, but he passes them off as facts and he’s always interrupting/undermining Nora (who is very smart and funny, so I’d like to hear more from her!).
  • Lulululudemon
    Oh I love Taylor Swift!!!!!
  • Sofi_chavez
    generally really enjoy
    I love the idea and most of the episodes of this podcast! I will say I was pretty disheartened in one episode when addressing the queer interpretations of her music when Nora said “internet’s gonna internet.” I totally get not feeling comfortable talking about queer interpretations of her work, but it seemed pretty dismissive of a growing sector of Taylor’s fan base and why they love her music. Queer fans produce really incisive and precise analyses of her lyrics, styling and artistry, and I think the hosts could have acknowledged that and said something like “we don’t feel comfortable speaking about it but it’s a growing sector of her large fan base.” Potentially also worth bringing on other guests with different backgrounds to explore what connections they form with her music. The Wondery podcast Even the Rich will bring on an outside specialist periodically to talk in conversation with the main hosts and offer another perspective. I’m thinking too of Switched on Pop’s recent episode on “sapphic pop” as another point that addresses this growing trend in music and artist/ fan relationships. Thanks for your work!
  • BayPineapple
    It’s stupid music analysis. These two pretend Taylor Swift and One Direction are innovative and interesting. Both artists are fine and make enjoyable music. But these two pretend they are greater than they actually are. Two idiots reviewing pop music should be the name of the podcast.
  • angiecanmagic
    Need to visit my ophthalmologist
    For the most part, i enjoy this podcast and listening to their perspective. Unfortunately, last time i heard Nathan say that a song “is” another song simply because they share similar chord progression my eyes rolled so hard that they got stuck in the back of my head. I fear i will never heal.
  • MapleMurphy
    Love this pod
    I love how Nora and Nathan LOVE music and appreciate the art of songwriting yet even when they are critical, they speak respectfully of the artist. I love the juxtaposition of the feedback of a female millennial and a dad on some of my favorite music which speaks to the timelessness of the work. I appreciate when new work is released they aren’t quick to rush out their feedback understanding that it takes more than one listen to take it all in. Thanks for the great pod!
  • spilltojill
    Need your review of midnights
    Was waiting for your midnights episode all weekend!!!
  • mcm315
    Love the content but can’t stand the hosts
    First let me say that I loved getting super super into Swift canon with them. Unlike others Nathan’s little references to other songs is interesting to me. However am I the only one that finds the silly banter too much?? The weird fake accents and fake voices?? I’m not sure the chemistry is working. Nathan is either serious or completely off the walls. Nora tries to go along with him but she has trouble getting her points made sometimes. I feel like she fakes laughter to appease him and it’s so awkward. Will still be coming here for my Taylor analysis but I have to listen to them about 1.5x to get through the painful parts
  • JackieFromSA
    Let Nora Speak
    LOVE the Taylor content, wow! I just wish Nathan would stop interrupting Nora - it happens multiple times an episode and it’s so frustrating and I wanna strangle him 😇 Let Nora speak! She’s so smart!! You keep cutting her off!!!
  • sssooooopppphhh
    So fun but a few issues
    I love this podcast’s concept and think it’s a great mix of intellectual and gossip-y, but PLEASE can there be fewer song references? Nathan is constantly talking about which songs sound like which other songs, and I don’t really find this all that interesting or innovative - all songs sound like other songs, it’s just a byproduct of having a finite number of ways to combine notes! Otherwise, love listening:)
  • Shalma M.
    One of the Best Ever
    This is an all-time favorite podcast for me. As a lifelong Swiftie (here since debut), I don’t always agree with all of NaNo’s takes, but I genuinely love their warmth, opinions, and intense love for Taylor as an artist. They are a joy and a pleasure to listen to. I would listen to anything they made together, but I’m especially happy they chose to make this!
  • ...sergio...
    Amazing pod!
    I love Taylor. I love Adele. And now I love 1D and all of the boys of the band. This is such a great podcast with so much incredible insight to the artist they review. I’m a “Speak Now” major fan and I can’t wait to hear their review on what we hopefully get soon “Speak Now (Taylor’s Version)”! Also, the number one song (after ATWTTMVTV) that I would love to see her play live is “Champagne Problems”! She said so herself the in the “Evermore” interview with Zane Lowe!!
  • 406boymama
    Love this podcast! Love Nora and Nathan’s pod chemistry/friendship, love their attention to detail, love that they genuinely are fans of what they’re talking about while also critically analyzing the music/ lyrics. They integrate pop culture so well, and it’s a time machine! I honestly relisten to the Taylor swift podcasts a couple times a year and get new information every time🦋💛💜♥️💙🖤💗🤍🧡
  • atwtmvftvtv2012
    Great, but…
    Love this podcast!! It’s great to hear a professional take on the albums that I love. Sometimes they get too critical. Ruined the song Little Things by One Direction for me. It also made me sad when they did the “What song would you cut from the album?” But those things didn’t make me stop listening. The podcast is great for music lovers that want to know more about their favorite artists. Good podcast overall.
  • hpup14
    Great hosts and a great show
  • Yosemite Park Ranger
    Please keep doing this podcast!
    I LOVE this podcast soo much. It is a perfect balance of intellectual discussion of albums, and then just their plain opinions, both of which arr entartaining. Thank you Nora and Nathan! ❤️
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