Renaming folders from tags

How to rename folders containing audio files, I add a slash but it doesn't work
(add the year at the beginning)

%artist% \ %date% - %album% \ $num(%track%,2). %title%

The problem is, and then a folder is created in the folder, I do not understand how to rename what is in the screenshot, without creating a nesting

Peder B. Helland- A Long Time Ago (Radio Edit)\Peder B. Helland\2021-09-08 - A Long Time Ago (Radio Edit)\

Do you have the information from the folder names already in your track tags, like ALBUM?

Are this albums all from the same artist or from different artists?

If you use the Convert Tag-Filename, you can "play" with the Format string like this:
%album%\$num(%track%,2). %title%
For every Backslash you use in the Format string, it will create a new (nested) subfolder.

You can immediately see in the preview, how your result would look like.
If you use
%artist%\%date% - %album%\$num(%track%,2). %title%
you have 2 Backslashes (=creates 2 folders): One after the ARTIST folder and one after the DATE - ALBUM folder.

Like that you move only the files to a new location - which may leave an empty source folder.
If you want to rename a folder (and move everything inside it), you have to use either Converter>Tag-Tag or an action of the type "Format value" for _DIRECTORY.
Preferably, the new folder name shows an absolute path like
d:\mymusic\%artist%\%date% - %album%

lease note that DATE is no standard field.

Thanks brothers, it turned out with _DIRECTORY

%date% - %album%

it's so simple and all the folders in which the audio files were found their meaning