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Halsey pays homage to Xtina, Gaga and more with her new 'You Should Be Sad' video

The song is from her upcoming third album, 'Manic'.
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Published: 11:39 am, January 10, 2020
Halsey pays homage to Xtina, Gaga and more with her new 'You Should Be Sad' video

Halsey has shared a new video for 'You Should Be Sad'.

The song is from her third album 'Manic', which will be released next Friday, 17th January, via Capitol Records.

Directed by Colin Tilley (Kendrick Lamar, DJ Khaled), the clip sees her pay homage to some of her fave pop stars. “Xtina, Gaga, Carrie, and of course Shania," she explains, "this was one loaded with nods to badass idols of mine…"

Halsey is also touring the UK with Pale Waves in March. They'll perform in Glasgow (7th), London (8th) - for a whopper at The O2 - Dublin (10th), and Manchester (12th) in March.

Check out the new video below.

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