Halsey Celebrates 25th Birthday With Video For New Song 'Clementine': Watch
By Paris Close
September 29, 2019
Halsey turns 25 today (September 29), and the singer celebrated the occasion with a video for her latest single "Clementine."
To accompany the premiere of her lonesome ballad, the songbird dropped a theatrical visual starring her brother Sevian Frangipane, with whom she dances throughout an aquarium. "I'd like to tell you that my sky's not blue, it's violent rain/ And in my world, the people on the street don't know my name," she sings in the opening verse over somber piano notes, which leads to the chorus: "'Cause I don't need anyone/ I don't need anyone/ I just need everyone and then some."
Halsey teased her project on Instagram hours before its release with an image of Sevian lifting her in the air. To honor her birthday, the musician tweeted early this morning, "Exactly 25 years ago to this moment I was born. I wanted to celebrate today by sharing a new song called 'clementine' and a cute lil video for it that i made with my brother Sevian. Enjoy :)"
"Clementine" is the latest cut to arrive from the songbird's upcoming third studio album, Manic, after previously releasing tracks "Graveyard" and "Nightmare." As previously reported, Halsey's new LP is slated to arrive in January 2020, with the first installment of her "Manic World Tour" set to launch overseas in Europe the following month.
Additionally, Hasley has been billed to perform at the 2019 iHeartRadio Jingle Ball Tour presented by Capital One, kicking off on December 1 in Tampa, Florida, and will continue across the US throughout December including Los Angeles, Minneapolis, Philadelphia, New York, Boston, Washington DC, Chicago, Atlanta, and Miami.