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Misery loves company, but positive vibes love it even more—and that's exactly what Taylor Swift's pals are all about on the day of their bestie's record release.

1989 is finally out, and Lorde and Lena Dunham were lightning quick with their praise and track recommendations as soon as the clock struck midnight on October 27. Via their respective Twitter accounts, Lorde and Lena freaked about the songs of 1989, running down their favorites (Lena loves "Out of the Woods;" Lorde is partial to "Style;" both love "Blank Space") before coming to the consensus that every song on 1989 is their new favorite song.

Lorde was first to gush about her partner-in-pop crime, sharing an adorable snapshot of she and Taylor hanging on the beach before explaining why she loves "Style" so much.

Lena chimed in shortly thereafter to high-five the "Royals" singer across the internet and express Swifty solidarity. (Not surprised in the least about the fact that she's digging "Out of the Woods," considering her boo, Jack Antonoff of Bleachers/fun., co-wrote the track with Taylor.)

Can "cozy cozy cozy-ass cult" be the new official name for Taylor's fan army? Make it happen, Lena!