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Halsey announces new single, teases new album

June 3rd, 2024

Halsey has announced a new single and has teased a new album via a cryptic new website.

A new website has appeared under the name For My Last Trick and it features a number of vintage-themed items and stickers with phrases including ‘Master Mystifier’, ‘You Won’t Find Me Here’, ‘Southern Belle’, ‘Candy’ and more. Fans online are speculating that these could be new song titles.

There is also a sticker that reads: ‘I have something you tell you’. When fans click on this, it takes you to an email sign-up link. When you click on a ticket stub, a vintage letter unfolds, dated July 1971. It reads: “Hello, it’s Halsey. It’s been awhile.”

“As you may have guessed, I have written a new album. But I needed some time to figure out how to say what I needed to say. You see, I’ve been holding [REDACTED] and I need to let it out.”

The letter continues: “There’s so much I am going to reveal on this record, but you need to know some of the story first. So before the chaos and confetti of big singles and album releases I just needed to tell you, my friend, why it all matters this time. I’m releasing a new song on June 4. It’s just for us. Let’s start at THE END.”

Halsey arrives at the Vanity Fair Oscar Party Hosted By Radhika Jones at Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts on March 12, 2023 in Beverly Hills, California. Credit: Robert Smith/Patrick McMullan via Getty

The single’s name has yet to be revealed, but is due to arrive tomorrow (Tuesday).

Halsey opened up last September about working on her first record under new label Columbia Records. “Not pictured: me splitting myself in two everyday so that I can give you my deepest wounds (and a handful of perfect joys) for the fifth time in 10 years,” Halsey wrote on Instagram.

Back in March, Halsey also revealed that she was working on new music in the studio alongside Alex G. The singer posted a brief snippet of music to her social media platforms, depicting Alex G sitting at a production desk, with Halsey behind the camera saying, “Engineer Alex”.

Halsey has not released a full-length album since 2021’s ‘If I Can’t Have Love, I Want Power’. Reviewing that, NME said: “It almost goes without saying that this album is intense as hell and not exactly teeming with light relief. It’s also an intricate and an endlessly compelling artistic statement that only Halsey could have made.”

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