GRAMMY® Award-nominated, multi-Platinum artist Halsey celebrated her birthday by sharing a new song, “clementine,” and the accompanying music video. The track is from her new album, Manic, which will be released on January 17, 2020 on Capitol Records. Halsey wrote “clementine” with John Cunningham, who also produced the track.
The official video, which can be viewed HERE, features Halsey and her brother, Sevian Frangipane, in an evocative dance routine that was shot at an aquarium. The clip was directed by Dani Vitale, who also choreographed, and Anton Tammi.
Halsey, who performed on the EMMY Awards telecast last weekend, will kick off the
first leg of the (Manic) World Tour on February 6, 2020 at Madrid’s WiZink Center. The
headline run includes a March 8 show at The O2 in London. Tickets are now on sale HERE. See below for itinerary. North American tour dates will be announced shortly.
Her new single, “Graveyard,” amassed more than 50 million combined global streams
in its first two weeks of release. The song was #1 Most Added at Top 40 radio and topped
Spotify’s Today’s Top Hits playlist. The accompanying visualizer, which can be seen HERE, is a time-lapse of Halsey creating the painting that will appear on the album’s cover. Stereogum praised “Graveyard” as a “strong pop song about depression and co-dependence” and noted, “Halsey… can sing about stark internal stuff and still make the songs sound like they belong in an arena.”