‘For My Last Trick’ – Halsey seems to be teasing a new era


Halsey seems to be teasing a new musical era around the slogan, ‘For My Last Trick’.

A new website has appeared under the name here 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.

There’s a further sticker that includes an image of a woman having a heart X-ray, while a doctor looks over it. Hovering over the image causes a buzzing noise and strange sound to appear – something fans think could be a snippet of a new single.

Halsey has yet to confirm any new album or musical era herself, but the musician 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.”

Earlier this year, Halsey also updated fans on her health status, after a battle with endometriosis. “Back in diapers, but at least they have little bows,” she wrote alongside the photo seemingly after having a procedure.

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