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Halsey's a Runaway Criminal in New Video For Bisexual Anthem, 'Bad At Love'


Watch the latest off Halsey's summer album, hopeless fountain kingdom

"I always make the same mistakes," sings Halsey on her hopeless fountain kingdom single, "Bad At Love." The track is a relatable bisexual anthem for failed romance, as the pop singer switches between pronouns, singing about a man on the first verse and a woman on the second.

"Got a girl with California eyes," Halsey coos wistfully. "And I thought that she could really be the one this time/ But I never got the chance to make her mine/ Because she fell in love with little thin white lines/ London girl with an attitude/ We never told no one, but we look so cute."

Co-written by queer hitmaker Justin Tranter, the single received a video treatment this week, featuring Halsey as a runaway criminal escaping her demons with a pack of femme rebels. "I'm bad at love," she repeats, almost as a declaration of strength, as she races through the desert in a bright orange convertible.

This isn't the first time Halsey's addressed queer love through music--her synth-driven hopeless fountain kingdom duet, "Strangers," features Fifth Harmony's Lauren Jauregui, who's also openly bisexual. "We're not lovers, we're just strangers," the two sing together, championing same-sex pronouns in mainstream music.

Watch Halsey's "Bad At Love" music video, below.

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