We recently found out that Halsey's dropping her next album Manic next January and she's slowly been dropping cuts from it. First we heard the punky Graveyard, then Nightmare, and now on her 25th birthday the star has released a delicate, acoustic song called Clementine.
We haven't really heard Halsey like this before - it's vulnerable, understated and boasts barely any instrumentation apart from some sparse piano and her own harmonies, where she sometimes screams like a child, sometimes sings like an angel.
For the video, she's called on her younger brother Sevian Frangipane for a frankly heart-warming music video, where the siblings playfully dance at an aquarium in matching white jumpsuits.
Halsey's been flexing her artistic side with this new album and it shows - Graveyard's video featured her painting herself on the Manic album cover, while Nightmare pulled from the punk roots she grew up inspired by.
By the way, Halsey's heading our way for Falls Festival this summer, right before dropping Manic on January 17th.