Halsey shares extended album featuring Nine Inch Nails cover of Nightmare

If I Can’t Have Love, I Want Power producers Nine Inch Nails have covered Halsey’s 2019 single Nightmare as part of a new, extended edition of the record.

Halsey shares extended album featuring Nine Inch Nails cover of Nightmare
Emily Carter

Halsey is kicking off the year with a surprise new edition of one of Kerrang!’s 50 best albums of 2021: If I Can’t Have Love, I Want Power.

This extended release now includes the standard 13 album songs plus three extra tracks: huge 2019 single Nightmare, a reimagined version of the song entitled Nightmare (Reprise) by producers Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross, and another newbie People Disappear Here.

"The extended version of IICHLIWP is out now featuring the new and moody ethereal goodness that is People Disappear Here plus a Nine Inch Nails reimagined version of Nightmare," Halsey shared on Twitter.

Listen in full below:

Last year, Halsey revealed that approaching NIN to work on the LP was "the scariest moment of my life" and like "writing a letter to Santa being like, 'I’ve been a very good girl’”.

"I was just really honest and said I was a huge fan and I’ve been plagiarising you guys for years – badly – and I’m not arrogant enough to believe that I have anything new to offer you, but this album is about pregnancy, gender identity, body horror," the singer explained. "The most important thing to me is that this album has tension – it needs to be visceral, or I’m doing a disservice to the message."

Catch Halsey headlining this year's Reading & Leeds.

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