Billie Eilish has released her new single “My Future”. While blocking the coronavirus, she wrote and recorded a song (created by her brother FINNEAS). “It’s a song that’s really personal and special to me,” Eilish wrote in a statement to fans. “When we wrote this song, it was exactly where my head was – a hopeful, enthusiastic and brutal amount of self-reflection and self-growth.” Recently, however, it has also gained much new meaning in the context of what is now happening in the world. I hope you all find meaning in this. Watch a video of “my future” by Billie Eilish (animated by Andrew Onorat) below. Scroll down for individual drawings.
After the release of his debut album Grammy WHERE DO WE NEED EVERYONE WHERE WE HAVE?, Billish Eilish released the single “Everything I Wanted.”; She and FINNEAS were also accepted to create a theme for James Bond’s next film, No time to die, which was originally scheduled for a U.S. release date of April 10 and was then printed until November. Eilish and FINNEAS joined legendary composer Hans Zimmer and John Smith on behalf of Johnny Marr for “No Time to Die” at the February BRIT 2020 Awards in London.
Since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, Billie Eilish and FINNEAS have made several live performances: In March, they attended the iHeart Living Room concert for America, where they performed an acoustic version of the Grammy-winning hit “Bad Guy.” The two then performed at the global Citizen One World: They aired together at home in April and covered the classic soul of Bobby Hebb “Sunny”.
In May 2020, Eilish released a short film called Not my responsibility, which dealt with public opinion and the perception of its choice of body and clothing. The film was originally part of a stage production for her tour of the arena When we fall asleep, where are we going?, which lasted only a few days before being forced to cancel the rest of its scheduled sessions due to a coronavirus pandemic.
Earlier this year, Billie Eilish launched a new radio show on Apple Music ‘Beats 1 radio platform. A program called me and father radio offers conversations between Eilish and her father about music.
Find out where WHERE DO WE NEED EVERYONE WHERE WE HAVE? landed on Pitchfork’s “50 best albums of 2019.”