Pregnancy has heightened the themes of the new record, says Halsey
Says Halsey, ‘If I can’t have love,’ they are “amplified” by pregnancy, with their topics on their upcoming new album.
Songs on ‘mortality, eternal love’ were played by 26-year-old singer and boyfriend, Alev Aydin, in July welcomed her first child, Ender Ridley into the world.
Halsey revealed Twitter’s “If I can’t have love,” which is going to be published on August 27th, and one of his followers questioned him “Was iichliwp meant to be a concept album always? Or has it changed since you were pregnant with the ender (if you had worked on it before you became pregnant)?”
She answered to this: “Strangely enough, mortality and eternal love and our place/permanence were always to be the subject of it. It was only strengthened by my pregnancy. New control and body horror, autonomy and conceit themes were introduced.”
Nine Inch Nails star Trent Reznor, and Atticus Ross, the fourth hitmaker’s ‘Without Me’ studio has been created and will have the accompanying movie that will be exhibited in IMAX theatres all over the globe before the release.
Halsey also showed that the record is comparable in style to his ‘Badlands’ debut in 2015.
It felt so nice to have an album again that doesn’t have any extras. It seemed like that must have been totally from my voice, like Badlands. I can’t wait to hear it all from you.”
Halsey said beforehand the idea of “When I Can’t Love I Want Power.” “This album is a concept album about the joys and tragedies of pregnancy and delivery. It was very essential to me that the cover art communicated the feeling of my trip in recent months.
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