Halsey drops first live album, ‘Badlands (Live from Webster Hall)’

The release revisits her breakout debut LP.

Halsey has released Badlands (Live From Webster Hall), her first-ever live album in celebration of the fifth anniversary of her debut LP, Badlands.

The 21-track release was recorded during her two-night stint at the famous New York City venue in 2019. “I miss performing for you live more than anything in the world so here I am. Right in your bedroom,” Halsey tweeted after the record was released.

The record features live versions of all 16 tracks from the deluxe edition of Badlands, including fan favorites like “New Americana” and “Gasoline.” It also features a performance of “Is There Somewhere,” which was only available on the Japanese edition of Badlands, alongside five “talking breaks” from Halsey.

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Earlier this year, Halsey released her third studio album, Manic. It featured singles such as “You Should Be Sad,” “Finally // Beautiful Stranger” and “Graveyard.” The singer was also recently featured on a posthumous Juice WRLD song, “Life’s a Mess.”

Stream Halsey’s Badlands (Live From Webster Hall) below:

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