After gaining prominence on the independent circuit through self-releases on social media, Halsey was scooped up by Astralwerks and began down the road to international stardom. After supporting acts like The Kooks and Imagine Dragons on tour, she released her first EP 'Room 93' in 2014 and set to work on the debut album that would grab the attention of the industry and fans alike. 'Badlands' hit the shelves in 2015 and people began to take notice of Halsey's signature style of synth-pop, leading her to featuring on 'Closer' with The Chainsmokers and dominating the major music chats worldwide. Since then, Halsey has gone on to become a leading player in modern music with a strong base of loyal fans, in part due to her vocal and impassioned speeches on the rights of women, the LGBTQ community and #BlackLivesMatter. Now the young singer has returned with her second album 'Hopeless Fountain Kingdom' and is embarking on a world tour with shows in London, Madrid and more.