Taylor Swift fans have plenty to celebrate on this Friday.

The singer today released her new song "You Need to Calm Down," the second preview of her upcoming seventh album, which she confirmed yesterday will be called Lover. She has also revealed the new record is coming Aug. 23.

On the new track, which arrived at midnight, Swift takes direct aim at Twitter keyboard critics and also slams the most vocal of anti-LGBT offenders. It's probably no coincidence the song comes in the middle of Pride Month and it follows Swift's open letter to Tennessee’s Republican Senator Lamar Alexander in support of the Equality Act, which would prohibit employers from discriminating based on sexual orientation and/or gender identity.

"Calm Down" follows Swift's previous single "ME!," which was released in April. Both tracks will appear on the new album.

Hear the new song below.