Billie Eilish is gearing as much as launch her second album (Image: Getty Pictures for LACMA)
Billie Eilish has revealed she began to really feel like a ‘parody’ of herself and may hear herself utilizing her ‘child voice’ on her debut album.
The Dangerous Man hitmaker could have enthralled listeners and earned critical acclaim for her debut document When We All Fall Asleep, The place Do We Go? – however she’s solely extra essential when she appears again at it.
‘I really like When We All Fall Asleep, The place Do We Go?, however on the similar time I’m so younger,’ she recalled.
‘I like hear it and all I hear is rather like a child voice. I don’t know. It’s bizarre. I simply really feel like the brand new stuff that we’re making is so … It’s simply bizarre how a lot you develop in two years,’ the 18-year-old added to Zane Lowe on his Apple Music present.
She went on to say: ‘For many of this yr, like the primary half of this yr, I felt very trapped in my very own facade weirdly … It occurs sometimes nonetheless, however there was a few months in there the place I used to be like, all the pieces I wore, I used to be like, “Oh, I appear like Billie Eilish.”
‘Every part I mentioned, all the pieces I did. After which we might make music and I might be like, this feels … I stored feeling like … What’s the phrase? Inauthentic. Yeah, inauthentic model of myself, as a result of I felt like I used to be being myself an excessive amount of.’
Nonetheless, the singer, who’s simply launched her new single Subsequently I Am, has no qualms about loving her personal music, revealing she listens to her personal tunes in her automotive.
‘Why would I need to make music that I don’t love?’ she reasoned – and who’re we to argue with that?
Billie and her brother Finneas impressed listeners and critics alike with When We All Fall Asleep, The place Do We Go? (Image: Getty Pictures)
Billie’s had a lot to have fun just lately, releasing her new single and seeing her bop Bad Guy hit one billion YouTube views.
She dropped the video for her hit single final March, and celebrated because the tune hit a large milestone.
Sharing a screenshot of the YouTube web page on her Instagram story, she instructed her 68.9 million followers: ‘AYYYEEEEE BAD GUY HIT A BILLI.’
She is joined within the membership by a string of musical legends, together with BTS, Justin Bieber, Ed Sheeran and Katy Perry.
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