Halsey (real name: Ashley Frangipane) and British rocker Yungblud (born Dominic Harrison) were first linked in late-November.
The video tells the story of YUNGBLUD trying to save Halsey from a vehicle crash through five different chapters, the five stages of grief. In each chapter, Yungblud finds himself in a race against time as a stop watch counts down from 11. There's a lot of layers here, but Yungblud seems to be racing against the clock as he relives the demise of his and Halsey's doomed romance (she sings amidst a slow-mo vehicle crash as glass flies around her and her forehead gets bloody - it's safe to assume she didn't make it out of that alive). "We are so distracted and focused on what's next, we can fail to see what is actually in front of us", YungBlud told iHeartRadio.
"We don't realise how much we need something until it's taken away from us", Yungblud shared in a press release for the video.
As for working with Halsey and Travis? With the help of nothing more than a small string section and a keyboard, the two artists have found the song's emotional core and nailed themselves there. "We grew up with a mutual adoration for the genre so it completely makes sense that we would come together and try to modernize it".