Halsey frisks around an eerie carnival in new 'Graveyard' video

The single will land on Halsey's long-awaited new album, "Manic," which is set to arrive January 17, 2020.

Ahead of the album release, the American singer unveiled the accompanying music video for "Graveyard," which was directed by Finnish filmmaker Anton Tammi.

The fantasy-infused visual finds Halsey stuck in a carnival with "Euphoria" star Sydney Sweeney, enjoying the different amusement rides and arcades games.

When the "Bad at Love" vocalist enters an aquarium tunnel, she realizes that Sweeney has mysteriously disappeared and that she is alone in a now-deserted carnival.

"They say I may be making a mistake/I woulda followed all the way, no matter how far/I know when you go down all your darkest roads," Halsey sings in the chorus.

"Graveyard" arrives a week after the video dropped for "Clementine," which was released for the singer's 25th birthday.

The clip notably features Halsey dancing with her brother, Sevian Frangipane, in the middle of an aquarium.

Both singles will appear on Halsey's forthcoming new album, "Manic," which will follow her 2017 sophomore effort "Hopeless Fountain Kingdom."

Last month, Halsey shared details about the creative process behind her third studio effort, teasing that it will be full of "introspective lyrical content that takes responsibility."

"I never said it's a pop album. I just said it's not an angry one. And thank God I sat down and realized that I wasn't angry anymore. It feels good to have that wait off my chest," she tweeted.

Halsey will be touring for her new album "Manic" across the world, with British indie pop band Pale Waves as her supporting act.

The first installment of the trek will kick off on February 6 in Madrid, Spain and end on March 12 in Manchester, England.

In the meantime, discover the visual for "Graveyard":