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When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? is the debut studio album by American singer-songwriter Billie Eilish. It was released on March 29, 2019, by Darkroom and Interscope Records. Eilish co-wrote most of the record alongside her brother Finneas O’Connell, who handled its production.
Track listing 1.“!!!!!!!” 0:14 2.“Bad Guy” 3:14 3.“Xanny” 4:04 4.“You Should See Me in a Crown” 3:01 5.“All the Good Girls Go to Hell” 2:49 6.“Wish You Were Gay” 3:42 7.“When the Party’s Over” (F. O’Connell) 3:16 8.“8” 2:53 9.“My Strange Addiction” (F. O’Connell) 3:00 10.“Bury a Friend” 3:13 11.“Ilomilo” 2:36 12.“Listen Before I Go” 4:03 13.“I Love You” 4:52 14.“Goodbye”
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There are a few thing we know about Billie Eilish’s video for “all the good girls go to hell.” We know it’s a metaphor for climate change and global warming, we know it’s massive with over 57 million views, but did we know about the bruises Billie endured to make her latest masterpiece?
“It was really miserable to shoot,” Eilish laughs in the exclusive RADIO.COM interview above. “It was incredibly miserable, for real.”
In fact, much more of it is “for real” than you probably imagined. The wings that Billie wore weighed 70 pounds, and left bruises on the singer as she strived for authenticity. “They were 15 feet long, and with the goo they were so much heavier,” she explains, bemoaning the late, freezing hours of the shoot. “It’s crazy what went into making that video, cause oh my god, why do I do the things I do? It’s insane.”
The singer was surprised, however, when TMZ informed her that people may be copying her look for Halloween. “You think?” she asked while walking through the LAX airport.
She was then asked what look people should go as, since, there are SO many iconic Billie outfits to choose from. “I think that’s up to whoever wants to do it,” she responded. Well, if you need some info, may I suggest the Gucci ankle pillow look?
As for Billie’s own Halloween plans, she’s just excited to be home in LA for the holiday for the first time in years. She’s planning to take advantage of the anonymity provided by costumes and walk around without getting recognized. “I might put on some mask, pretending not to be me,” she said. Hey, I know a few fellow pop stars who have some masks handy if you’re looking to borrow one, Billie.
OG Billie Eilish fans can breathe a sigh of relief. Despite releasing her debut studio album in March, When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?, the “Bad Guy” singer still has plans to tour her 2017 EP, according to Variety. The singer revealed the exciting, yet unexpected news on Wednesday (September 18) at the Troubadour in L.A. while playing a show for SiriusXM and Pandora.
The promise to tour Don’t Smile at Me came after Eilish had already performed three tracks from the eight-song EP. When a fan shouted a request for Eilish to sing just one more of the EP’s songs, “The Boy,” the 17-year-old singer-songwriter let it slip that fans will hear those songs again — just not right now. “I always see [comments] like, ‘She’s never gonna do these songs ever again and we’re never going to hear them.’ Not true, dude!” she assured the crowd.
But Eilish’s promise didn’t end there. In addition to vowing that she’d play her 2017 songs live “eventually,” she also pledged to bring those songs on entirely separate tour. “I’m going to do a tour of all the old songs, so don’t worry,” she said. “I promise. I’ve always wanted to do that. So eventually, in the future, we will do a Don’t Smile at Me tour — just wait.“
For now, Eilish really wants the people that come to her shows to enjoy the moment. And much of that is because Eilish, herself, is happier now than she was when her EP came out two years ago. “Enjoy what’s happening now, okay?” she said. “Because I don’t want to see [you] in three months like, ‘I miss the old Billie, because now I see I miss the old Billie.’ And bitch, I’m happy now!”
n Billie Eilish’s new music video for ‘All the Good Girls Go to Hell,’ the singer is seen with wings falling into a black pit, but the singer says the meaning is deeper than what it appears on the surface.
The “Bad Guy” singer stopped by 97.1 AMP Radio and RADIO.COM’S official Life Is Beautiful Pool Party Series on Friday and explained to host McCabe that the idea behind that song and music video was a metaphor.
“It’s a metaphor for climate change and global warming and stuff,” she said. “If you don’t look into it, you’d think it’s about hell and stuff. But realistically it’s about the world we’re living in now and I just had this visual of wings coming out … and I thought it’d be cool if I just fell from the sky into a pool of f—ing black s—t.”
On Friday, many around the country protested to take a stand on climate change — an issue Eilish takes to heart.
“I don’t know if I got involved, I just wanted to be involved,” she said. “There isn’t much time. Do you want to die or do you want to live?”
Eilish said she avoids using plastic and no longer eats meat as an attempt to make an impact on climate change.
“There’s some things from my job I can’t really do. I’d love not to waste resources, like planes and cars and stuff, but there’s certain things you can do instead … there’s numbers you can text to protest and just speak up, you know.”
Eilish also spoke about working on new music, although she stressed she was not working on a new album, but rather in the studio just having fun and trying new things.
She also spoke about preparing for her upcoming performance on SNL on Sept. 28, but do not expect her to be in any sketches.
“F—k, people keep asking me. I would not [do sketches>” she said. “I think it’s really funny, but it would be corny as hell. I’d rather watch them be funny and just laugh.”.
It’s no secret that Billie Eilish and Camila Cabello are two of the biggest stars in the world right now. In 2019 alone, Billie has scored her first US Number 1 album and US Number 1 single with WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO? and ‘bad guy‘ respectively.
Meanwhile, Camila has topped charts all around their world with her Shawn Mendes duet ‘Señorita‘ and launched her new Romance era with two critically acclaimed hits. ‘Liar’ and ‘Shameless’ are the first taste of CC2.
Speaking to ET about the photo of the two artists together, Billie praised Camila’s nose. Billie said: “She has a perfect nose. She really does. She has a great nose.”
Then when asked if the photo means we can expect to hear Billie and Camila on a song together in the near future, Billie quickly shut down any collaboration rumours. “No. She just was there and she was nice. It was a shoot we were doing for Elle magazine.”
Billie then told a hilarious anecdote about meeting Camila’s sister: “We were doing the cover and she was performing and I was gonna be after her and she was super cute, she was with her little sister and her sister started sobbing ’cause of me and it was like insane. I was like your sister’s Camila Cabello though, why are you crying for me, what?”
Camila also spoke about the cute moment in a recent Variety interview: “My sister actually cried when she met Billie Eilish. My sister has never cried meeting anybody. She’s met Taylor [Swift], my sister’s met everybody, and she literally, fully had tears running down her face. She 100 percent likes her more than she likes me.” Iconic.
And, while no Billie and Camila collaborations are in the works right now, Camila has confirmed that she is in the studio with Billie’s brother Finneas working on music for her Romance album.
Speaking about it she said: “He just has this taste, that I think Ed Sheeran or Taylor Swift have, where it’s like he loves the really delicate details of things. Those are the things that really pull his heartstrings.”
At an exclusive concert for SiriusXM and Pandora, Billie Eilish wore a pair of sweatpants with the words “STOP LOOKING AT MY D*CK” printed on them.
When it comes to style, Billie Eilish is a freaking superhero. Her powers? Piling on the weirdest pieces of clothing you’ve ever seen and pulling it off as easily as the rest of us pull off a white tee and jeans. Her latest, possibly greatest feat is wearing a pair of Pizzaslime sweatpants with the words “STOP LOOKING AT MY D*CK” written across the crotch.
For most people, that would be more than enough of a statement, but no, Billie didn’t stop there. She merchandized the sassy sweats with cross-shaped sunglasses and a bandana that makes her look like the new Mayor of Flavortown. The pants, while somewhat hilarious, stay true to Billie’s entire dressing mantra: what’s underneath her clothes is none of your business.
On Tuesday, Sept. 17, Billie Eilish stepped back into the GRAMMY Museum for the first time in some years. The 17-year-old pop sensation grew up visiting the Museum’s Clive Davis Theatre to watch performances and conversations with major artists like Childish Gambino, Colbie Caillat, Nick Jonas, Tori Kelly and more. But now it was her turn to perform at the theatre. Tons of fans packed the intimate theatre to watch Eilish perform and listen to her conversation with GRAMMY museum Artistic Director Scott Goldman.
Before her epic performance of “bellyache,” the singer told the Recording Academy of her memories inside the theatre.
“My whole youth was coming here,” she said. “It’s super weird that now I’m on the other side. I would never have ever thought it would be this way.”
The “Bad Guy” singer also spoke about the inspiration behind her latest video, “All The Good Girls Go To Hell,” the goal behind all her videos and how Rihanna has helped her express her fashion sense.
Billie Eilish is letting people know she’s sick and tired of being told what to wear with a sassy clap back on Instagram. Billie Eilish has clapped back on Instagram with a seriously sassy caption after being repeatedly told to stop wearing baggy clothes, saying she’s tired of the comments and urged people to find something else to talk about.
She captioned her latest snap of her in a graffiti painted tracksuit, with her ankle boot from a recent sprain proudly on display: “If only I dressed normal I’d be so much hotter yeah yeah come up with a better comment I’m tired of that one.” The 17-year-old’s been vocal in the past about purposefully wearing baggy clothing in order to prevent people form having any kind of opinion on her body and is understandably sick of people having an opinion on her appearance. Demi Lovato, who has also been sticking a middle finger up to trolls by posting unedited bikini snaps to her Instagram stepped in to defend the fellow popstar, telling her to ‘f*** the haters’, and it’s seriously a pop duo we didn’t know we needed. Fans let the singer know the reason they love her is her individuality and that she looks ‘hot’ in anything, they’ve also repeatedly pointed out that she is a minor and the sexualisation of her image is wrong. They hit out at someone who got a photo with the ‘Bad Guy’ singer with her hoodie unzipped an captioned the pic, ‘Billie Eilish is thiccc’, with one fan tweeting, “I love that we all SNAPPED on that post where someone called Billie Eilish thicc.” Source: CapitalFM.Com.
Billie Eilish has slammed critics for their negative comments on her fashion style.
The 17-year-old singer took to Instagram to share an image of her wearing a baggy, colorful, print-heavy outfit—her trademark style—alongside the caption, “If only I dressed normal id be so much hotter yeah yeah come up with a better comment I’m tired of that one.”
Eilish has been trolled before for the way she dresses. In a recent interview with Elle, she explained why she only wears certain types of clothing. “The point is not: Hey, let’s go slut-shame all these girls for not dressing like Billie Eilish. It makes me mad. I have to wear a big shirt for you not to feel uncomfortable about my boobs!”
More trolls came for her in June, when a photo of her in a tank top went viral. Before a show in Nashville, Eilish had gotten off her bus in the tank top to greet fans outside and someone snapped a picture. “My boobs were trending on Twitter!” she told Elle. “At number one! What is that?! Every outlet wrote about my boobs!”
In May, Eilish opened up about her public-facing image and her clothing choices in an ad for Calvin Klein. In the campaign, “I Speak My Truth in #MyCalvins,” she said, “I never want the world to know everything about me,” adding, “That’s why I wear big, baggy clothes. Nobody can have an opinion because they haven’t seen what’s underneath.”
The parody of Billie Eilish’s monster hit “Bad Guy” is here and it’s abundantly clear that this was one bop ripe for the ol’ dad-ode treatment.
Eilish officially dethroned Lil Nas X at the top of the Billboard Hot 100 chart with the hypnotic “Bad Guy,” effectively putting Lil Nas’ uninterrupted 19-week “Old Town Road” streak to rest. That makes her the first musician born in this century to snag the top spot.
On Wednesday, reddit user r/FunkTurkey shared his take of Eillish’s attitude-filled hit with a video in the vein of Weird Al.
“White shirt/now red/that’s taco sauce/eating/just sitting on my phone,” the music video begins, and it only gets more relatable for dads from there. The low-budget video sees a father living that dad life. One beautiful mundane thing to note: He wears one pair of sneakers. And he wears them to everything. Respect.
The chorus hews very close to the source material in sound if not in spirit. And one thing is obvious: A father jogging to goth trap never looked so good.
The ‘bad guy’ hitmaker has remained coy when asked about her relationships, admitting she was “in love” with someone else but isn’t any more
She said: “I was in love, [but] not at the moment. I’m in love with her. Me.”
And the 17-year-old singer has also opened up about her love for her fans.
Speaking to 3Voor12, she added: “I used to do shows and like just walk off stage into the audience and meet everyone. I can’t do that anymore which is normal, but it is like as much as there are amazing, precious, incredible fans that just want the best for you and just want to be happy with you and want you to be happy. There are people that are crazy – and not even fans – just people that are out there and just want to grab you and get you.”
Billie previously spoke candidly about her struggles with mental health.
She said: “[At 13] was probably when I was the most insecure. I wasn’t as confident. I couldn’t speak and just be normal. When I think about it or see pictures of me then, I was so not OK with who I was. At dance, you wear really tiny clothes.
“And I’ve never felt comfortable in really tiny clothes. I was always worried about my appearance. That was the peak of my body dysmorphia. I couldn’t look in the mirror at all. Basically, before you’re 16, the cartilage in your hip isn’t firm yet. It’s still growing. I was in a hip-hop class with all the seniors, the most advanced level.”
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