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Halsey Will Share First Ever Live Album “’Badlands’ Live From Webster Hall”

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The American singer, songwriter, Halsey has announced that she will share the first-ever live album “’Badlands’ Live From Webster Hall.” Check out the post below.

The live album will be out on this Friday, 28th Aug. it will marks five years since the release of her debut record ‘Badlands’, which featured the singles ‘Ghost’, ‘New Americana,’ ‘Colours’, and ‘Castle’.

Halsey shared the cover art of the album on Instagram with the caption, “Secret is out! After 5 years, we’re going back to the Badlands. This Friday, August 28th, I am excited to share my very first-ever live album: ‘Badlands (Live From Webster Hall)’.”

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Few weeks ago, Halsey has been enjoying and sharing holiday photograph to her Instagram page, accompanied by captions that reference ‘Badlands’ lyrics. One such post was captioned “All We Do Is Drive”, taken from her track ‘Drive’.

Halsey Will Share First Ever Live Album “’Badlands’ Live From Webster Hall”

Last month, late Juice WRLD & Halsey released their new track ‘Life’s A Mess.‘ The track “Life’s a Mess” ft. Halsey follows his previously released Juice WRLD tracks, “Tell Me U Luv Me,” featuring Trippie Redd, and “Righteous,” which marked the rapper’s first posthumous single. Both the songs will appear on Legends Never Die, although a full tracklist has yet to be revealed. 

Also, Singer Halsey teamed up with DJ Marshmello for the colorful music video of its latest track named ‘Be Kind.’ On 1 May, Marshmello Halsey released a official lyric video song of ‘Be Kind. The lyric video features bright animation sentiments. 

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Last Friday (August 21), She additionally launched a web site devoted to ‘Badlands’, full with retro pc graphics and a banner on the high of the web page which reads “Don’t visit Badlands”.