Halsey, Grammy Award–nominated, platinum-selling musician and one of today’s most captivating voices, explores the complexities of duality in I Would Leave Me If I Could. In this collection, she reflects on the dichotomy between wanting something to be accurate and knowing it isn’t. This book is a must-read for anyone who feels vulnerable and alone because it will give you a voice.
If there are times when the Universe has you at your lowest, it’s hard sometimes to know where to go or what to do. But when you’re down, there’s always someone with arms wide open. I Would Leave Me If I Could is Halsey’s most vulnerable and raw. Written in parallel with acoustic guitar melodies and heartache-filled lyrics, this book sets a new release far removed from anything she has released before.
Halsey rocketed to international renown with the release of her debut album, Badlands. She accomplished two feats that many artists dream of: attaining onstage stardom at 19 and becoming a multimillion-dollar label act before age 21. Now, she is back with a bold new body of work inspired by relationships and mental health struggles. With emotional force and raw honesty, I Would Leave Me If I Could highlights the highs and lows of love as experienced by an artist on top of the world but struggling just as hard to maintain control over her own life.
With her debut album Badlands, vocalist Halsey proved that she has the talent to be one of the biggest pop stars in music. Now, with I Would Leave Me If I Could, she follows up with an essay on living life in a rowboat just beyond the edge of the universe. Ostensibly a collection of poetry and song lyrics, this book reveals vulnerabilities and emotions previously unseen from her highly public persona.
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Grammy Award–nominated, platinum-selling musician Halsey is heralded as one of the most compelling voices of her generation. In I Would Leave Me If I Could, she reveals never-before-seen poetry of longing, love, and the nuances of bipolar disorder.
Halsey’s lyrics are raw and poignant, detailing the insecurities and struggles of love. In songs like “Ghost Town” and “Castle,” she is more interested in telling stories than making sure you join her in the chorus. She gets honest about the darkness surrounding us in “Heavy thunderstorms” and “Love game” while armed with a fiery vocal that is sure to be anthemic.