The records “would be based on mood and vibe, no matter which LP they were part of”.
Halsey has taken Twitter To share new plans to release a range of vibe-specific vinyl made from released material and previously unheard performances.
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“One day I want to vinyl press songs from my catalog based on mood and vibe, no matter what LP they’re part of,” she said, before giving a few examples.
Heavy tracks like ‘Gasoline’, ‘Nightmare’, ‘Killing Boy’, ‘Easier Than Lying’, ‘The Lighthouse’ and ‘Experiment on Me’ will be on one, while ‘Darling’, ‘929’, ‘100 Letters’, ‘Forever is a Long Time’, ‘Finally // Beautiful Stranger’, ‘Is There Somewhere’ will make a second.
One day I want to vinyl press songs from my catalog based on mood and vibe, no matter what LP they were part of.
— H (@halsey) September 18, 2021
Another could see “Girl Is a Gun”, “Bad at Love”, “Honey”, “Alanis”, “I Hate Everyone”, “Colors” and “Graveyard” making up a third, according to Halsey. “Think of the content,” she tweeted.
Then, Answering a fan’s question Regarding the possibility of unheard music, he added “Oh good idea. Demos that never got home include…”
Following the release of “Manic,” Halsey did something similar, breaking records on Spotify on three genre-specific playlists: “Confessional”, “Is She Like, You Know…”, “…Or Are You Normal?”.
Halsey recently released her new album ‘If I Can’t Have Love, I Want Power’. Created by Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross of Nine Inch Nails, they talk about the weird choices Reznor and Ross made.
“They wanted to know if I was willing to take the risk, and I was. I was ready to take the risk, and I also felt that I earned it at the time to be able to do it. I think That every artist on their fourth, fifth, whatever album, especially pop artists, is always like, ‘I want to do something really experimental.'”
Those experiments were recently praised by Taylor Swift.
“I’m overwhelmed by Halsey’s artistry and commitment to risk-taking,” Swift tweeted. “We’re giving everyone a brave new era to dive in and explore together.”