Billie Eilish is ready to launch a brand new single this week – take a look at a clip of the tune beneath.
The forthcoming monitor, known as ‘Due to this fact I Am’, is because of come out tomorrow (November 12).
Saying the tune and sharing its paintings on Instagram, Eilish revealed that the tune will arrive at 10am PT (6pm GMT), including: “I’M SO EXCITED FOR THIS ONE.” Her brother and collaborator Finneas added: “You aren’t prepared.”
On Wednesday evening (November 11), the singer posted a video of herself listening to the only. “I’m not your good friend or something/ You assume that you simply’re a person/ I believe subsequently I’m,” its refrain goes – pay attention beneath.
You aren’t prepared https://t.co/p0rjBYlT7H
— FINNEAS (@finneas) November 9, 2020
‘Due to this fact I Am’ will likely be Billie Eilish’s first new music because the launch of ‘My Future’, which got here out on the finish of July.
Reviewing ‘My Future’, NME wrote: “It’s not fairly clear if that is the primary piece of a second album however, whether it is, it suggests a brighter set of songs may lie forward. With an artist as unpredictable and ingenious as Eilish, although, it looks like a idiot’s errand to attempt to forecast what she’ll do subsequent – who had cash on jazzy ballad devoted to herself?
“No matter what the longer term holds, it is a good piece of much-needed constructive pop to place on the centre of your self-care routine ASAP.”
Because the launch of her 2019 debut album ‘When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?’, Eilish has shared ‘My Future’, one other new tune known as ‘Everything I Wanted’ and her and Finneas’ James Bond theme song ‘No Time To Die’.
This week, Finneas took aim at US President Donald Trump on new song ‘Where The Poison Is’, singing: “There’s a snake that thinks it’s the President.”
Eilish, in the meantime, reflected on Joe Biden’s election victory against Trump in a video messaging, telling followers: “Thanks for caring concerning the local weather, about ladies’s rights, about social justice, about fucking surviving proper now.”