Judging from the music video for “Afterlife,” Hailee Steinfeld is ready for Halloween. The singer and actress, who released the song ahead of her new dramedy Dickinson on Apple TV+, debuted the video for the song on Monday and we’re sufficiently creeped out.
It’s a solidly spooky three and a half minutes, including footage of Steinfeld being painfully corseted inside a box, crawling around a dollhouse with giant eyes, and hanging out in a desert while wearing a top hat (as one does). Of course, there are also quite a few gorgeous shots of her lounging around a picturesque field and wearing see-through dresses (again, as one does).
Actress, singer and Dickinson executive producer Hailee Steinfeld discusses the new Apple TV+ show and her song “Afterlife” with Zane Lowe:
Benny Blanco and Juice Wrld called in the cavalry for their “Graduation” music video. The two artists teamed together for the new song and music video which they dropped the star-studded visuals for on Friday, August 30.
The video for “Graduation” feature triple threat Hailee Steinfeld, rapper Lil Dicky, singer Noah Cyrus, “Detective Pikachu” actor Justice Smith, “X-Men” actress Olivia Munn and more.
Other stars featured in the video are Dove Cameron, Ross Butler, Tommy Dorfman, Tony Revolori and Maddie Ziegler. Blanco and Juice Wlrd previously collaborated with Panic! at the Disco’s Brendon Urie on “Roses”.