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Halsey collaborates with Alev Aydin to bring their love story to the small screen in new music video


Halsey and her partner Alev Aydin brought their love story to life in a music video for their new song So Good.

The 27-year-old singer–songwriter and their 38-year-old film producer boyfriend collaborated on the video, which gives fans a glimpse into the beginnings of their romance.

Ayden and Halsey started dating back in 2019, and they welcomed their first child Ender Ridley Aydin in July of 2021.

Telling their story: Halsey and her partner Alev Aydin brought their love story to life in a music video for their new song So Good

Telling their story: Halsey and her partner Alev Aydin brought their love story to life in a music video for their new song So Good

The clip begins on a music video set as the crew resets the stage to run through the video again. 

While waiting for them to finish, Halsey sneaks a glance at Alev, who is standing by a craft services table. 

The singer, who is nonbinary and uses she/her and they/them pronouns interchangeably, is awoken from their trance by a crew member who tells them that they are ‘ready to go again.’ 

‘No it’s not right yet,’ the Gasoline singer says as they stand up from their director’s chair. 

On-set: The clip begins on a music video set as the crew resets the stage to run through the video again

On-set: The clip begins on a music video set as the crew resets the stage to run through the video again

Sneaking a glance: While waiting for them to finish, Halsey sneaks a glance at Alev, who is standing by a craft services table

Sneaking a glance: While waiting for them to finish, Halsey sneaks a glance at Alev, who is standing by a craft services table

Not quite right: 'No it's not right yet,' the Gasoline singer says as they stand from their director's chair

Not quite right: ‘No it’s not right yet,’ the Gasoline singer says as they stand from their director’s chair

Stand-ins: They walk up to the stage with an actor, who bears a resemblance to Aydin, lifts a large camera and films a stand-in for Halsey as they sit looking in a mirror in their dressing room

Stand-ins: They walk up to the stage with an actor, who bears a resemblance to Aydin, lifts a large camera and films a stand-in for Halsey as they sit looking in a mirror in their dressing room

They walk up to the stage with an actor, who bears a resemblance to Aydin, holding a large camera. He films a stand-in for Halsey as they sit looking in a mirror in their dressing room. 

‘Looking right, looking like / All the stars are fated,’ Halsey sings. ‘I remember the night / I was so frustrated.’ 

The video then cuts to Halsey, hair dyed blue, sitting in a chair and singing in a pitch black room. 

‘When you left I bet you held her body closer,’ they sing. ‘And I was hoping you would tell her it was over.’ 

The video shows Aydin laying on the couch, another woman laid out on top of him. As Halsey approaches the pair, the woman lying down levitates up and into the dark above their heads. 

Singing: 'Looking right, looking like / All the stars are fated,' Halsey sings. 'I remember the night / I was so frustrated'

Singing: ‘Looking right, looking like / All the stars are fated,’ Halsey sings. ‘I remember the night / I was so frustrated’

Wig: The video then cuts to Halsey, hair dyed blue, sitting in a chair and singing in a pitch black room

Wig: The video then cuts to Halsey, hair dyed blue, sitting in a chair and singing in a pitch black room

Lying together: The video shows Aydin laying on the couch, another woman laid out on top of him

Lying together: The video shows Aydin laying on the couch, another woman laid out on top of him

Flying: The woman laying on him floats away into the darkness above the couch

Flying: The woman laying on him floats away into the darkness above the couch

Real home videos of the Eastside singer play from a projector up against a wall. 

They show her holding her child and walking along the beach. 

‘Do I think about the one who got away?’ they sing as they look at the man sitting next to them. ‘I know his name / I think about him everyday.’ 

Projecting: Real home videos of the Eastside singer play from a projector up against a wall

Projecting: Real home videos of the Eastside singer play from a projector up against a wall

Walking about: They show her holding her daughter and walking along the beach

Walking about: They show her holding her daughter and walking along the beach

Sitting together: 'Do I think about the one who got away?' they sing as they look at the man sitting next to them. 'I know his name/ I think about him everyday'

Sitting together: ‘Do I think about the one who got away?’ they sing as they look at the man sitting next to them. ‘I know his name/ I think about him everyday’

Locking lips: Halsey then runs up to Aydin, the real Aydin standing by the table full of food, and kisses him hard on the mouth

Locking lips: Halsey then runs up to Aydin, the real Aydin standing by the table full of food, and kisses him hard on the mouth

Halsey then runs up to Aydin, the real Aydin standing by the table full of food, and kisses him hard on the mouth. 

The duo locks lips for several seconds as lights flash and change color and the camera circles them dizzyingly. 

So Good is finally seeing the light of day after Halsey claimed they had to fight for permission from their label to release it, as the company reportedly wanted a fake viral TikTok moment before the release, something the New Americana singer refused to do.  

Circling: The duo locks lips for several seconds as lights flash and change color and the camera circles them dizzyingly

Circling: The duo locks lips for several seconds as lights flash and change color and the camera circles them dizzyingly

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