Halsey has announced her first ever live album ‘Badlands (Live From Webster Hall)’, due out on 28 August 2020.
The release will celebrate the fifth anniversary of her highly-praised debut album. Recorded at Webster Hall in New York, it will feature material from ‘Badlands’, which dropped back in 2015 and boasts popular singles such as ‘Ghost’, ‘New Americana’ and ‘Colours’.
The show where the live album was recorded took place in 2019 and was part of an intimate two-concert series where Halsey also performed 2017s ‘Hopeless Fountain Kingdom’ in its entirety.
The pop singer-songwriter took to her social media channels to share the news with fans:
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)” pic.twitter.com/71g7HhdEJ0
— h (@halsey) August 25, 2020
In addition, Halsey launched a website dedicated to ‘Badlands’ complete with old school retro computer graphics a running “Don’t visit Badlands” banner and an onscreen message reading “Can’t Leave The Badlands” – CHECK IT OUT HERE.
Her most recent LP ‘Manic’ released in January 2020. It debuted at No.1 on the Billboard Top Current Albums chart and includes hit singles ‘Without Me’, ‘Graveyard’ and ‘You Should Be Sad’.
She has also dropped a string of collaborative tracks this year such as ‘Be Kind’ with Marshmallow, ‘Experiment On Me’ with Bring Me The Horizon as well as posthumous Juice WRLD song ‘Life’s A Mess’.