Taylor Swift to perform new song during 'Scandal'

The performance coincides with the release of Swift's new album "Reputation."

Swift, 27, will perform a new song from her upcoming album in a special performance that will air during "Scandal" on ABC.

The special appearance will mark Swift’s first performance of a new song in three years as she prepares to release her new album, “Reputation.”

A teaser clip for Swift's performance that aired today on "Good Morning America" showed waves crashing against rocks, a bird flying in the sky and a waterside mansion that looks similar to Swift's own Rhode Island mansion.

The video then flashed to a piano in an ocean-view room and a shot of Swift's hands playing the piano.

Swift's three-minute performance will air during the Nov. 9 episode of "Scandal," after the milestone 300th episode of “Grey’s Anatomy” in ABC's "TGIT" lineup.

"Reputation," Swift's sixth studio album, will be released later that night, at midnight.

An extended version of Swift's "Scandal" performance will air Nov. 10 on Freeform.

Swift's "Reputation" has already made headlines before its release.

The album's lead single, "Look What You Made Me Do," hit No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 in September.

The track also broke the record for the most weekly streams ever for a song by a female artist, with 84.4 million.