On Friday (February 2), just one day after teasing a "surprise" to her 8.5 million Twitter followers, Halsey delivered on her promise by dropping the music video for "Sorry," a heart-wrenching ballad off her latest album, hopeless fountain kingdom.

In the clip, the New Jersey-bred singer and iHeartRadio Music Awards Female Artist of the Year nominee wanders a desolate wasteland after emerging, bloodied and disoriented, from a car wreck.

On Twitter, the pop star revealed that the emotional video was, much like the song itself, recorded in only one take.

"a song recorded in 1 take, a video recorded in 1 take, one of my fav things i’ve ever made. something to hold u over, here is SORRY," Halsey tweeted.

"Sorry" was co-written and produced by Greg Kurstin. Watch the dramatic Sing J. Lee- and Halsey-directed video up top.

hopeless fountain kingdom was released Jun 2, 2017. The album peaked at No. 1 on the U.S. Billboard 200.

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