Halsey has a “loud” new album coming this year

The singer also admits that the writing process has been "a lesson in forgiving myself"

Halsey has promised fans to expect her new album to be a lot heavier than her 2017 LP ‘Hopeless Fountain Kingdom’ when it lands later this year.

The ‘Without Me’ singer – who recently released the emo pop-rock hit ’11 Minutes’ with Yungblud and Blink-182‘s Travis Barker – also admitted that the writing process has been “a lesson in forgiving myself”.

“I know you guys are anxious for new music and new memories for touring and travelling with your friends for events and pop ups and meeting new people for music video screenshots for group chats and late night,” she wrote on Twitter.

“Thank you for being patient with me. I want it to be perfect … Writing this album has been a lesson in forgiving myself. In being proud of myself and kind to myself despite how much this world is designed to make you hate yourself. I hope when it’s finally in your hands it brings you that same peace. It’s not a quiet piece. It’s a loud one. “

When asked by a fan, she also confirmed that her new LP will definitely be coming out at some point this year.

Meanwhile, Yungblud also recently opened up to NME about his collaboration with Halsey which dropped last month.

“Me and Halsey met for a drink just to talk about music, and to be honest man, that never happens,” Yungblud explained. “Everyone’s always wanting to see what they can get out of you. I was a massive fan of hers, she said she was a big fan of me so I was like, ‘Woah, that’s cool’. We just met up and we realised we had so much in common.

“We’re from the same town but different parts of the Earth. It’s a small town mentality. She’s from the Doncaster of the US.”