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Halsey graveyard timelapse video of manic artwork

Halsey says her favourite part of the Manic era was creating huge painting of album artwork

18 January 2021, 15:50 | Written by Cerys Kenneally

Halsey has reflected on the campaign for her 2020 album Manic, revealing that the huge painting of her album artwork was her favourite thing.

Yesterday (17 January) marked the one-year anniversary since the release of Halsey's Manic album, which featured the singles "clementine", "Without Me", "Graveyard" (which was accompanied by a time-lapse video of Halsey painting a massive version of her album artwork), "Finally // beautiful stranger" and "SUGA's Interlude".

Halsey reflected on the album via Twitter yesterday (17 January), writing, "Admittedly this album cycle didn’t go the way I planned. The world had other things in mind. But you guys made it special beyond belief, anyway. Thank you for one year of fantasy and surrender."

She also shared her favourite part of the album campaign, "My favourite thing I did during the manic era was this massive painting of the album cover. It took me almost 8 hours and I cherished every second."

Halsey reissued her Manic album across four EPs last year, the most recent being last month's Manic:...Or Are You Normal EP.
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