Jingle Bell Ball 2018: Halsey Teases Brand New ‘Fun’ Album For The Next Year
8 December 2018, 18:43
‘Without Me’ singer promises not to take her new album too seriously for 2019 as she takes on new approach.
Talking exclusively to Roman Kemp at Capital’s Jingle Bell Ball, the 24 year old admitted the new year is all about new music.
Talking about next year, Halsey told us: “I’m going to go make a new album. I’ve started doing the pre process, collecting issues and lyrics already.
“I’m getting together how I want the album to be and feel like.”
And it seems Halsey has found a new way to make music after making ‘Without Me’ as she admitted the new album is going to have a more “fun approach”.
“My new single has made me approach music in a more fun way as I’ve always been so serious,” she told us.
“I’ve just always taken it too seriously so it’s good to enjoy it again.”
Halsey already has two previous studio albums, Hopeless Fountain Kingdom from 2017 and her debut Badlands from 2015.
This will be Halsey’s first performance at Capital’s Jingle Bell Ball and everyone is very excited.