Halsey to release first-ever live album, ‘Badlands (Live From Webster Hall)’
Five years have passed since Halsey released her debut LP, Badlands, and now that the artist is three full-length albums in, she’s returning to her landmark work to keep its magic alive on a milestone anniversary. On August 25, Halsey took to Twitter to announce that she will be releasing a live Badlands album recorded at New York City’s Webster Hall. The release, which will be Halsey’s first-ever live LP, is born from her two-night 2019 run of shows at the venue.
Despite releasing her third studio album, Manic, earlier this year, Halsey has kept busy with additional releases, including “Life’s A Mess” alongside Juice WRLD, and as always seems to be the case with the prolific vocalist, more is to come. Badlands (Live From Webster Hall) lands August 28.
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