Halsey just released the music video for her single, "Graveyard."

The "Without Me" singer unveiled the visuals for her track on Tuesday afternoon (October 8), which sees her star alongside Euphoria actress Sydney Sweeney. Directed by Anton Tammi, the video begins with Halsey in her childhood bedroom, drawing a girl who comes to life next to her. The two are then transported to a carnival, where they blissfully dance and hold hands, as well as frolic amongst the amusement rides and arcade games.

However, the fun isn't what it appears to be because eventually, Halsey finds herself alone in an aquarium — which also happens to be the setting in her "Clementine" video — after Sweeney disappears into thin air, leaving the pop star literally gasping for air after nearly drowning in the water. She then returns her room, giving viewers the impression that the whole carnival experience was just her imagination running wild.

Watch Halsey's "Graveyard" music video, below:

Right before the song's release, she tweeted: "Let your imagination run wild."

The 25-year-old previously told Billboard the track is about "being in love with someone who is in a bad place and loving them so much that you don’t realize that you’re going to that bad place with them. It’s also about learning to care about yourself enough not to follow them there.”

"Graveyard" is featured on Halsey's upcoming studio album Manic, which will be released on January 17, 2020. She's also set to embark on her Manic World Tour in early 2020, which you can find tickets and more information here.

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