After performing her single "Graveyard" for the first time at the iHeartRadio Music Festival a couple weeks ago, Halsey is sharing the song's dreamlike visuals. The video sees the singer drawing alone in her childhood room, when the girl on the paper comes to life. She and her new friend, played by Euphoria's Sydney Sweeney, are transported to a nighttime carnival, where they hold hands and dance together without a care in the world. However, all good things must come to an end and Halsey later finds herself alone in an aquarium, which just so happens to be the setting of her "Clementine" video, as Sweeney disappears. The 25-year-old ends up swimming in the water and nearly drowning before coming to outside the abandoned carnival during the day. The clip ends with Halsey back in her bedroom, giving the impression the whole thing was a fantasy.
Watch Halsey's dreamlike "Graveyard" video below.
"Graveyard" is the lead single off Halsey's upcoming third studio album Manic, which is slated for a January 17, 2020 release. After releasing the album, the pop star embarks on her Manic World Tour, which kicks off in Europe early next year. Check out the dates here.