Halsey 'comfortable in her depression'

ICONINSIDER — Halsey is “comfortable in her depression”.
The ‘New Americana’ hitmaker made the admission as she opened up about her past and future musical releases.
Speaking in an interview with iHeartRadio, she said: “Badlands was about this girl living in this postapocalyptic society and not wanting to escape and knowing she should, which was kind of a metaphor for a mental space.
“Some people find themselves, myself included, comfortable in their depression. You know what it means to get better and what you have to do, but sometimes it’s easier to just kind of, like, wallow in your misery.
“For me, Hopeless Fountain Kingdom is a story of two people who want to be in love so badly they’re willing to change themselves for their love and in doing so, they let the real versions of themselves die. It’s a Romeo and Juliet story.”
Meanwhile, the 22-year-old singer previously revealed her heartbreak album is the result of her “vomiting months of psychoanalysis” about her ex-boyfriend.
She said: “I’m a purger. I bottle everything up and purge it all out of me. That’s why I write so quickly. It’s like I’m vomiting months of psychoanalysis …
“The whole reason you make a record, is to figure stuff out about yourself. I had killed off a version of myself just so we could make our love work. Sometimes you’re in a relationship for so long and you become a different person. You lose yourself because you change for that person. I put the seal on that relationship and fully purged myself of the feelings for that person at the same time as I finished my record.”

Source: Ohmygossip.com
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