Billi Eilish has released her new single “my future”. She wrote and recorded the track (produced by her brother Finness) during the coronovirus lockdown. “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 right where I had my head – hope, excitement and a huge amount of self-reflection and self-development. But recently it has drawn a lot of new meaning in the context of what is happening in the world. I hope you all can find meaning in it. ”See Billy Eilish’s” My Future “video below (animated by Andrew Onrato). Scroll down for single artwork.
After the release of her Grammy winning album When we are leaving, what will we tell everyone?, Billish Eilish released the single “Everything I Needed.” She and Finnessa were recruited to create the subject of the next James Bond film, No time to die, Which was originally scheduled for an April 10 US release date before being pushed to November. In February, Eilish and Finness were paired with legendary musicians Hans Jimmer and Smiths’ Johnny Mara to perform “No Time to Die” at the 2020 BRIT Awards in London.
Since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, Billie Eilish and FINNEAS have made several appearances on Benefit Livestream: They were at the iHeart Living Room Concert for America in March, performing an acoustic version of the Grammy-winning hit “Bad Man” Was. The duo then covered the Bobby Hebb soul classic “Sunny” in April on Global Citizen One World: Together at Home Broadcast.
In May 2020, Ilish released a short film titled Not my responsibility, Which addressed public opinion and the perception of its body and clothing choices. The film was originally part of the stage production behind his tour of the arena When we sleep, where do we go?, Which lasted only a few dates before being forced to cancel their scheduled show due to a coronovirus epidemic.
Earlier this year, Bill Eilish launched a new radio show on Apple Music’s Beats 1 radio platform. Program title is Me and dad radio Conversations between Eilish and his father about music are facilitated.
Find out where When we are leaving, what will we tell everyone? Landed on Pitchfork’s “50 Best Albums of 2019”.