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Halsey Announces Third Album 'Manic', Shares New Single Graveyard

Friday, 13 September 2019 Written by Laura Johnson

Photo: Aidan Cullen

Halsey has announced her new album, 'Manic'.

The follow up to 2017's 'Hopeless Fountain Kingdom' will arrive on January 17 via Capitol Records/Virgin and features her previously released single Without Me, though the tracklist does not currently seem to include her last single, Nightmare.

Alongside the album announcement, Halsey has shared another track from it. Head below to watch the time-lapse video for Graveyard, which sees the singer paiting a self portrait that copies the artwork for the new record. The song opens with a fingerpicked acoustic guitar before developing into a dynamic pop song with contrasting dark lyrics.





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