halsey in without me music video

Halsey Sings You Can’t Live ‘Without Me’ in Music Video

Halsey has unveiled the music video for “Without Me” about being in a drunken relationship with someone she helped put up somewhere.

In the new music video for “Without Me” by Halsey, she cavorts around with a handsome man until things get out of control and she rethinks the situation. Her hair is short and pink.

Tell me, how’s it feel sittin’ up there?/ Feeling so high, but too far away to hold me/ You know I’m the one who put you up there/Name in the sky, does it ever get lonely?/ Thinking you could live without me…” sings Halsey white taking a shower in a white crop top and cotton panties.

At the end of the song he gets arrested and she’s like, oh sorry I’m done with your drunk ass. It’s also a role reversal of sorts, because in this case the woman is the one with the power.


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On Instagram, Halsey posted behind the scenes footage of the making of the video. She posted a statement saying, “This video was made by my friend Colin Tilley and it was a really amazing and emotional process.” She continues, “The story is a reflection of a combination of relationships I’ve been in, or watched people I love go through. It’s a reminder that you deserve more. And it’s okay not to want to be taken advantage of.  By your partners your friends, your family. (sic) You deserve happiness. Don’t be afraid of going to find it.” And then in the last paragraph she says, “As always, art is meant to be left to interpretation. If you see your story in this, I hope you hear me speaking to you loud and clear. All my love. (butterfly, skull emoji)”

This is Halsey’s first single since her 2017 album Hopeless Fountain Kingdom that including hit songs like “Sorry” and “Bad at Love.” In it she is sure to use YSL makeup who she represents.

Stream and/or download “Without Me” by Halsey from your provider of choice.

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Elizabeth de Moya has contributed to DJ Mag, DJ TechTools, LA Weekly and Thump (Vice). She has a BA in Linguistics from UC Berkeley.