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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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After teaming up with Madonna for new Apple Music Lab classes at its retail stores, Apple today announced a set of Music Lab classes in partnership with Billie Eilish (via Mac Otakara). In the Music Lab, customers will have a chance to go hands-on with Eilish’s song “you should see me in a crown.” Participants will be able to create their own mixes of the track and find out what inspired Eilish to write the song from her latest album, “When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?”
Exclusively in Apple Stores, get hands-on with tracks direct from your favorite Apple Music artists. In this session, you’ll deconstruct Billie Eilish’s song “you should see me in a crown,” find out what inspired her, and create your own version of the song using GarageBand on iPhone. Devices will be provided.
Apple announced the new Music Lab today, and sessions will begin worldwide tomorrow, August 2. Head to Apple.com to check out more information on the Billie Eilish Music Lab and find an Apple Store near you that will be hosting the session. Source: MacRumors
“It was really traumatising,” the 17-year-old told the outlet. “I completely don’t feel safe in my house anymore, which sucks. I love my house.”
Eilish’s career began on SoundCloud for years ago, but it was the March release of her album When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? that paved the way for things like her song “Bad Guy” hanging out on the Billboard Hot 100 chart for 17 weeks straight, peaking at #2 back in June. Doing what she loves is great, but the fame is hard, and leaving her friends to go on tour might be even harder.
“It’s annoying,” she continued “I have this amazing thing in front of me, and I don’t want to hate it. And I don’t hate it. But I hate certain parts of it.”
While Eilish said she always loved attention, she now knows she never really knew what fame meant.
“Because if I did want to be famous — it wasn’t this kind,” she said.
So the next time you think about showing up to Billie Eilish’s house, don’t. Just send her an Instagram DM instead.
New official figures reveal a spike in popularity…
The 1975 and Billie Eilish have topped a new list of the biggest-selling cassette releases, with sales of the old-school format at their highest in 15 years.
Following the recent resurgence of vinyl, many vintage-loving music fans have also turned back to tape as their go-to medium. According to a new report from the Official Charts Company, the popularity of albums in their plastic cassette form is continuing to grow.
As per official figures, cassette sales this year were at their highest since 2004. Bagging the biggest-selling cassette of 2019 so far is Billie Eilish’s debut ‘When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?‘, which has sold 4,000 copies.
The 1975’s acclaimed album ‘A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships‘ shifted 8,000 units, with 7,000 of those in its first week of release. These figures make it the fastest-seller on the retro format since July 2002, and the best-selling cassette of the decade so far (since 2010).
The designer tells us why the emo-popstar was her top choice to front her new ‘Yellow Submarine’-inspired collection.
Stella McCartney believes that three words could help us save the world: “All Together Now”. That phrase has followed the designer around ever since she was a child; her father Paul was singing them two years before she was even born. But five decades down the line, the torch has been passed through generations onto a new generation of popstar.
It was earlier in the summer that 17-year-old California kid and musical phenomenon Billie Eilish debuted Stella McCartney’s “All Together Now” collection, wearing a custom two-piece inspired by the psychedelic aesthetic of the The Beatles’ Yellow Submarine film live on the Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury.
The animated film, with its instantly recognisable graphics by the late Heinz Edelmann, had been spinning around Stella’s head for some time before Billie took to the stage. Having rewatched the film in all its technicolour glory to commemorate its 50th anniversary last year, Stella spent the past 12 months creating a capsule collection that transforms those iconic graphics into dresses, knitwear, accessories and sneakers.
In this exclusive conversation with i-D, Stella spills all on her conversations with Billie, how the timeless message of Yellow Submarine imbued her collection and why, if we’re going to change the world, everybody must be on board.
Were you aware of the parallels between Beatlemania and Billiemania when you thought of Billie through the brand’s lens? I know that Billie is a huge, huge Beatles fan. The second time I met her she spoke of that real admiration for their songwriting, and I sense that when I listen to her work, and her brother’s writing. They have similar starting points [when it comes to] telling a story through the melody of music. There’s obviously a modernity to Billie’s work, but I think that there’s a lot of beauty in the arrangements of her music, the harmonising and the structure, that’s heavily influenced by The Beatles’s writing and work. [She has] a strong message of identity and staying true to yourself, never compromising. That’s something The Beatles did too.
In that sense, what makes Billie a natural fit for Stella McCartney? Billie, her brother and her whole family have a musical story which completely fits with my own upbringing. We’re all vegetarians, vegans and animal lovers; she’s a big horse lover, for example. We spent a lot of time talking about our obsession with horses and how they are completely healing and save our souls. In my eyes, [she has been] really great at self-preservation. It’s important for me to align myself with people that believe in the same things as I do, so I can have honest and true conversations.
When you first saw the remastered version of the film Yellow Submarine, what was it that struck you about the visuals? Watching the film again [made me realise]: “This is for everyone”. It’s so modern! To think what those four young guys did, in terms of the actual musical content and the lyrics mixed with animation and the artwork is just phenomenal. So I pulled it all apart: the colours, psychedelia, the patterns and the prints. I [removed] myself from the fact that it was family, and just found myself as a fashion designer watching a piece of art that was massively emotionally affecting to me. Creatively it hit me hard.
For womenswear, we did a print [inspired by] “Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds”. If you watch that scene again, it is so feminine and crazy beautiful; a massive contrast between the rest of the film’s artwork. We took that into the womenswear collection with all of these beautiful dancing women emblazoned over blouses and dresses. There are some moments in which you would never know [the collection] is anything to do with The Beatles or Yellow Submarine.
It might be 50 years old now, but do you think the message that Yellow Submarinespreads, one of inclusivity and positivity, is still relevant and important right now? I really do. What’s so amazing about it is that the messaging is somehow modern. I came out of it thinking that all of its messages — about bringing people and the world together, breaking down barriers and being inclusive — was so relevant to what we see every day. It’s a political conversation, but even goes further than that. Honestly, it gives me goose pimples now just thinking about it.
Stella has attracted a younger fanbase for the way it positions itself as an activist brand. You’ve been vocal about sustainability since the brand’s inception in 2001. Is it frustrating that it’s taken so long for people to wake up to the issues you’ve been highlighting for many years? Yes, because we aren’t afraid of speaking out. At first I was criticised for it: people said I could never have a successful business without using leather or fur; for sticking to my guns and what I believe in. But I think it’s the most modern thing we do as a brand. We have always challenged the norm. So yes, it used to be frustrating being a single voice, but I think now more than ever the conversation is there and I think it’s brilliant to see the shift; I need more people to come to my side of the world! I can’t do this on my own. We need to work together on this.
Music can be a brilliant vehicle for social change, as The Beatles always made clear. Do you think fashion has the potential to do the same? Absolutely. The way you dress really shows who you are and what message you want to tell the world. Whether that’s wearing a T-shirt that says “Suitable for Vegetarians” across the front in huge, brightly coloured writing, or whether it’s more subtle… wearing organic cotton or sustainable viscose in a simple crew neck. The more we all start talking about global issues and start having a conversation on what we can do to make a positive change, the better!
Finally, did you manage to make it to see Billie’s set at Glastonbury? What did you think? Yes I did! I was thrilled she was wearing Stella McCartney. [The outfit] we made is specially for her; she was covered in Blue Meanies! I’ve seen her play before and I’m a big fan, but it’s my daughter that’s the biggest Billie fan [in the family], so I was very proud that I was able to be there.
Stella McCartney is launching a charity contest today with Omaze to benefit the Stella McCartney Cares Foundation, giving fans the opportunity to win a Stella McCartney “All Together Now” Vinyl box signed by Billie Eilish and Stella McCartney, including Stella and Billie’s favourite vinyl; an exclusive sweater from the “All Together Now” collection signed by Stella and two Front Row Tickets to the Stella McCartney Spring/Summer 2020 collection fashion show in Paris, including an outfit to wear.
With a fifth week at No. 1, she’s the 12th act to spend five weeks atop the tally.
Billie Eilish rises from No. 2 to No. 1 on the Billboard Artist 100 chart (dated Aug. 3) to become the top musical act in the U.S. for a fifth total week, as her single “Bad Guy” holds at its No. 2 peak on the Billboard Hot 100. Eilish has been a constant presence in the top five of the chart for the past 17 weeks.
Her return to No. 1 is also aided by her two albums on the Billboard 200: Her latest album When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? stands at No. 3 on the Billboard 200 (after logging three weeks on top) and her debut effort Don’t Smile at Me rises 23-20 (after peaking at No. 14 in January).
The Artist 100 measures artist activity across key metrics of music consumption, blending album and track sales, radio airplay, streaming and social media fan interaction to provide a weekly multi-dimensional ranking of artist popularity.
Notably, Eilish is only the 12th act to join the five-week club on the Artist 100. Here’s an updated look at the acts with the most weeks at No. 1 on the Artist 100:
36, Taylor Swift
15, The Weeknd
13, Ariana Grande
12, Ed Sheeran
11, Justin Bieber
7, Bruno Mars 5, Billie Eilish
5, Post Malone
5, Kendrick Lamar
Billie Eilish was nominated for the following categories
video of the year (bad guy)
aritst of the year
best new artist
push artist of the year
best pop (bad guy)
best editing (bad guy)
best direction (bad guy)
best visual effects (wtpo)
best cinematography (hostage)
Everybody wants a piece of the Billie Eilish cake. Following Elton John, Thom Yorke and BABYMETAL, Tyler, the Creator is the latest musician to shout out the young pop star.
In a recent hour-long interview with Zane Lowe of Beats 1, Tyler discussed his new album ‘IGOR’, which arrived in May, and his list of dream collaborations. Among some of the artists he’d like to work with are Beyoncé, Jay-Z and, of course, music’s new favourite, Billie Eilish. Watch the video interview below.
“That bitch is big. That n**** came from nowhere,” Tyler tells Lowe. “I think [her album ‘When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?’] is sick. I like her. I just want her to keep doing her goddamn thing.”
He added, “I wanna work with her. I don’t know what the fuck we would make, even if it don’t come out, if it’s trash, I still just wanna see what we could [do together].”
Eilish, who’s an ardent fan of Tyler and his music, quickly took to social media to respond to the rapper’s admiration of her. “Lmfaoooooo I would never in a billion years have thought these words would come out of this man’s mouth. Wow. I would be nothing without you Tyler… Everyone knows it,” she gushed in an Instagram post.
Elsewhere in the interview, Tyler shared his thoughts on earning his first number one record on the Billboard 200. His album had put DJ Khaled’s ‘Father of Asahd’ in second place, a position the music mogul reportedly took to heart.
“No disrespect to Khaled or anyone, but this n**** had every person in the industry, everyone on that fucking album. Cardi B, 21 Savage, Travis Scott, Post Malone, Beyoncé and Jay. Everyone who sells billions of records and the fact that I beat him with this that isn’t parallel to all the popping music right now was fucking crazy, bro,” Tyler said.
“Like, that was insane to me. And it’s new to me bro. I’m on album five and six. And it’s work. It’s effort. It’s work. This is fucking whether n****s like it or not, bro, it’s so much work and detail put into this shit like, I’m so proud of myself,” he added.
When MTV announces the nominations for the 36th annual VMAs next week, Jonas Brothers, Billie Eilish, Lizzo and Panic! at the Disco are among the artists that are likely to be in the running for the marquee prize at the Aug. 26 telecast: video of the year.
Billie Eilish’s “Bad Guy”
Eilish is expected to be a front-runner in numerous Grammy categories, including best new artist. This smash, which has climbed as high as No. 2 on the Hot 100, is a big reason why. MTV would love to spotlight her before the Grammys have a chance to do so. Four past newcomers have landed VMA noms for video of the year on their way to Grammy wins for best new artist. They are Cyndi Lauper (1984), Amy Winehouse (2007), Macklemore & Ryan Lewis (2013) and Alessia Cara (2017).
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