‘My Future’, Billie’s first piece of recent music since her Bond theme song ‘No Time To Die’, got here out in July and is certainly one of solely three songs she’s shared throughout 2020.
“The thought got here subconsciously from a video that I discovered of myself from once I was, I believe, 13 or 14,” Eilish instructed BBC Radio 1’s Annie Mac of the genesis of the track. “My Snapchat was like, ‘4 years in the past at present…’, and it was this video of me, I believe at 14, and I used to be listening to ‘Simply Haven’t Met You But’ by Michael Bublé.
“And that track, once I was that age, I used to hearken to it evening and day simply because it made me hopeful. I used to be additionally actually depressed on the time and unhappy on a regular basis, and that track made me excited for the long run.
— BBC Radio 1 (@BBCR1) December 15, 2020
She added: “I despatched [the video] to my good friend and he or she was like, ‘True, that’s unhappy, however on the identical time, I really like this video of you as a result of it virtually appears to be like such as you’re speaking about your future self, like, I simply haven’t met you but, and I’m excited to fulfill you.’
“And I used to be like, ‘That’s so cute.’ I didn’t even take into consideration that till after I had written the refrain, however I knew that it was unconscious. I used to be completely eager about that. It was so precisely what I used to be feeling and considering and needed to convey and needed to say and needed to be heard.”
Bublé himself has now responded to the story, tweeting: “Hey [email protected] I’m an enormous fan. I simply heard your story about Haven’t Met You But. Music is a good healer and writing actually helped me throughout some robust occasions. Your music conjures up me and I’m so touched that mine has performed the identical for you.”
Quote tweeting Bublé’s response, Eilish’s brother and collaborator Finneas wrote: “BUBLÉ HAS SPOKEN.”
BUBLÉ HAS SPOKEN https://t.co/Jd6GwYGbVe
— FINNEAS (@finneas) December 17, 2020
Reviewing ‘My Future’ upon its launch this summer season, NME wrote: With an artist as unpredictable and ingenious as Eilish, it looks as if a idiot’s errand to try to forecast what she’ll do subsequent – who had cash on jazzy ballad devoted to herself?
“No matter what the long run holds, this can be a good piece of much-needed optimistic pop to place on the centre of your self-care routine ASAP.”
Yesterday (December 16), a trailer was shared for Billie Eilish’s upcoming Apple TV+ documentary The World’s A Little Blurry, which is due out in February.
The forthcoming documentary, which has been teased by Eilish for almost a yr, is directed by R.J. Cutler and produced in collaboration with Eilish’s label, Interscope Data.