Halsey and Bring Me the Horizon tease “crazy” new collaboration
25 July 2019, 16:19
Halsey and Bring Me the Horizon are working on music together.
Any fan of Halsey will already know that she stans Bring Me the Horizon. Not only does the 24-year-old regularly tweet about the British rock band (in January this year she wrote: "BMTH is rly THAT band") but she's been supporting them long before she was famous. Halsey went to her first ever BMTH concert in 2009 and has been singing their praises ever since.
Now Halsey's dreams have come true. Yesterday (Jul 25) she shared a video of her in the studio with BMTH and it looks like a new bop is coming.
Taking to Twitter last night, Halsey wrote: “is it too crazy?” and she tagged BMTH lead vocalist Oli Sykes and keyboardist Jordan Fisher in the tweet. Halsey even posted a short video from in the studio with them too.
Standing in a vocal booth, Halsey asks: "Can we do it again? I'm gonna faint." BMTH can then be heard saying: "That sounds so cool. Is it too crazy?" before Halsey replies: "No it's sick. Let's go. Come on."
Halsey first sparked rumours of a BMTH collaboration earlier this year in January when she tweeted: "my amazing (Grammy nominated!) friends @bmthofficial just dropped a new album and it’s a technicolor, emotional, trip."
Fans thought that their friendship would lead to the two acts making music together and they were right. This video essentially confirms that a collaboration is on its way.
What's more, this may not be the first time that Halsey and BMTH have worked together. Halsey is currently in the process of recording her third studio album and, given her friendship with the band, there's a chance that they could be even more involved in her music than we think. Either way, we cannot wait to hear what they've been cooking up together.
And for anyone questioning Halsey's BMTH stan status: here lie the receipts.
BMTH is rly THAT band.— h (@halsey) January 16, 2019
if this is about my bmth tweet I saw them live for the first time in 2009. ur obviously new around here if u dont know that I was an emo since the dawn of time. https://t.co/RMRpyX57so— h (@halsey) January 16, 2019
If I sing along a little fucking louder to a happy song, I'll be alright.— h (@halsey) July 14, 2015
Legends supporting legends. Now, if they could release what they've been working on on Friday, that would be awesome.