Picture through Halsey

Deep red curtain falls in great bloom at The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, revealing the artwork of American pop superstar Halsey’s album for his fourth studio album, If I don’t have love, I want strength. During the event, the title and release date were also sent to thousands of eagerly awaiting viewers: August 27 this year.

“My body is belonged to the world in many different ways in recent years, and this image is my means of restoring my independence and strengthening my pride and strength as the life force of humanity, ”the singer writes on Instagram. She also writes that she hopes to develop pregnant and postpartum bodies into a different light: “like something beautiful, admirable.”

Halsey announced her pregnancy after being in January song- throughout his career in the struggles of reproductive health and endometriosis, so it makes sense to leverage his current experience to create music.

“It was good it is important to me that the cover art conveyed the feelings of my journey in recent months. The dichotomy between the Madonna and the whore. The idea that I, as a sexual being and my body as a vessel and a gift to my child, are two concepts that can coexist calmly and powerfully. “

“Peace” and “power” are clearly visible in the album artwork. The singer sits crowned at the top of the golden throne, dressed in royal veils not only bare chest, but looking softly into the distance, holding the baby. “We have a long way to go to eliminate the social stigma around the body and breastfeeding,” she notes. “I hope this can be a step in the right direction!”

If I don’t have love, I want strength is an album by Halsey, producers Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross.

The album artwork reveals can be looked at again here.

[via Variety, image via Halsey]

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