We know that Halsey's highly-anticipated sophomore album is called hopeless fountain kingdom and that it's due this June. But today (March 31), there's a good chance we'll learn a little more.
This morning, Halsey tweeted out the link to a new website titled "Find Me In the Kingdom," which features nine major cities from around the world, accompanied by times. There's "Los Angeles 2 p.m. local," "Paris 6 p.m. local," "New York 3 p.m. local" -- does that mean New Yorkers should head to the Halsey stop on Brooklyn's L train and await further instructions?
- h (@halsey) March 31, 2017
This sort of thing often signals the rollout of a new project -- a scavenger hunt for a lead single, perhaps -- but don't overlook the details. The new site is set to a bright yellow background, which, knowing Halsey, could relate to her fascination with bees and honey. The words "Find Me In the Kingdom" are also loaded with Halsey history.
Before you turn into this lady, though, check out Billboard's comprehensive guide to decoding the clues Halsey's left towards her new album.
If you're going to wander around Milan today at 6, at least be prepared.