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Happier Than Ever is the second studio album by American singer Billie Eilish, released by Darkroom and Interscope Records on July 30, 2021. Eilish co-wrote the album with her brother Finneas O'Connell, her frequent collaborator who also produced the album and played every instrument. Eilish cited self-reflection during the COVID-19 pandemic as the biggest inspiration for the LP.

Primarily a downtempo pop record, Happier Than Ever is characterized by sparse, jazz-influenced, electropop arrangements set to meditative tempos, departing from the upbeat, trap-led sound of Eilish's debut album, When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? (2019). Consisting of torch songs about the downsides of stardom, Happier Than Ever draws heavily from Eilish's rise to fame and the drawbacks that come with it. Upon release, the album received acclaim from music critics, who praised its stylistic, restrained production, and insightful lyrics. At the 64th Annual Grammy Awards, the album and its title track received a total of seven nominations, including Album of the Year, Best Pop Vocal Album, Song of the Year and Record of the Year.

Seven singles were released in promotion of the album: "My Future", "Therefore I Am", "Your Power", "Lost Cause", "NDA", the title track, and "Male Fantasy"; the first three peaked within the top 10 of the US Billboard Hot 100. "Therefore I Am" was the highest-charting song from the album, peaking at number two, followed by "My Future" at number six, and "Your Power" at number 10. Happier Than Ever debuted atop the Billboard 200 as Eilish's second number-one album in the United States, and topping the album charts in 27 other countries. Eilish performed the album's tracks in the Disney+ concert film, Happier Than Ever: A Love Letter to Los Angeles, which was released on September 3, 2021. To further promote the album, Eilish embarked on her sixth concert tour, titled Happier Than Ever, The World Tour, which began on February 3, 2022.

Background and recording

Eilish released her debut album When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? (which was also produced by her brother) on March 29, 2019.[1] It was met with critical acclaim and commercial success, and spawned the Billboard Hot 100-topping single "Bad Guy", her first number-one on the chart.[2] The album and the single helped Eilish win five awards at the 62nd Annual Grammy Awards, including the "big four" Album of the Year, Song of the Year, Record of the Year, and Best New Artist.[1] Eilish released a number of singles since the album: the stand-alone "Everything I Wanted" (2019), the James Bond theme song "No Time to Die" (2020), and the Rosalía collaboration "Lo Vas a Olvidar" (2021), the first two of which won the Record of the Year and Best Song Written for Visual Media at the 63rd Grammy Awards, respectively.[3][2] In a January 2020 interview, Eilish stated she would begin working on her upcoming second studio album during the year.[4] In March, Eilish's brother Finneas O'Connell confirmed this, stating that it would be "pretty pure in its intention" like Eilish's debut, with the two continuing to make the type of music they like to "play live".[5] In January 2021, Eilish stated that the album "feels exactly how I want it to", with her not wanting to change a single thing about it. Her documentary film, Billie Eilish: The World's a Little Blurry, was released the following month.[6] Later in February, Eilish announced the album would have 16 tracks.[7]

Happier Than Ever was recorded at Finneas' home recording studio, located in the basement of his Los Angeles residence.[8] According to Eilish, recording took place between April 1, 2020, and February 16, 2021, in weekly schedules, starting with "My Future" and ending with "Oxytocin".[9][8] The title track was the first song she wrote from the record, dating back to the European leg of her When We All Fall Asleep Tour.[8] Eilish revealed that all of 16 songs on the final track listing were the only songs the duo worked on during the album's creation,[8] yet there were two songs, namely "What I Wanna Hear" and "Born Blue", that were omitted from the record since she "just couldn't figure them out".[9]

Eilish has revealed that the creative process of Happier Than Ever felt "very natural", unlike her previous projects where she constantly felt anxious and under pressure.[10] With earlier works, Eilish also felt that she was not good enough and simply was not talented, but has since gained much more confidence in her craft.[11] According to Eilish, her record label did not have any input on the album,[12] unlike her debut album where she felt pressure from deadlines, constant meetings and "an expectation that a star was about to be born", all of which she "literally hated".[8]

In an interview with Vevo, Eilish said that she wanted to create "a very timeless record", mostly being inspired by jazz singers that she listened to growing up such as Julie London, Peggy Lee and Frank Sinatra.[10] She also said that the songs on the album are "all over the place and very, I think, versatile, different to one another, but also very cohesive," which she cited as one of her biggest goals.[10] Another one of her goals she had during studio sessions was to surprise her fans as well as herself.[13] She aimed to be uncomfortable during the creative process, using "NDA" as an example of a song that was not made in her "comfort zone".[13] Eilish cited self-reflection as the biggest muse behind the record,[10] and revealed before its release that "almost none of the songs on this album are joyful".[8] She noted "Male Fantasy" as a song that "pretty much wrote itself" and helped her realize feelings she had not processed before.[13]

Music and lyrics

Musically, Happier Than Ever is a subdued,[14] pop,[15] electropop,[16] downtempo,[17][18][19] and jazz-pop record,[19] incorporating elements of R&B, techno,[20] country, bossa nova,[16] bedroom pop,[21] trip hop,[22] folk,[23] electro, trap,[24] and 1990s sophisti-pop.[25] It consists of torch songs set to slow tempos, with restrained,[25] minimalistic[21] arrangements of acoustic guitars, delicate synthesizers, and burbling beats.[25] The lyrics deal with struggles faced by young women in the entertainment industry,[26] fame, stardom, emotional abuse, power struggles, mistrust,[8] and misogyny,[27] imbued by Eilish's self-consciousness.[28] In Robert Christgau's opinion, Eilish's songwriting had inspired Finneas to devise a sound for the album that is "calmer and less sprightly" than her earlier breakthrough work.[29]

Songs

The opening track, "Getting Older", is a song about abuse and was "particularly harrowing" to write.[8] The song deals with sexual coercion.[14] The second track, "I Didn't Change My Number", features a heavy beat.[30] "Billie Bossa Nova", the third track, presents "a more mature side of Eilish".[31] The fourth track, "My Future", starts as a slow synth ballad that "transitions into a laidback funk groove".[30] Lyrically, the song is about self-discovery.[30] "Oxytocin", the fifth track, has a techno pulse.[14] The song references the titular hormone.[31] The sixth track, "Goldwing", loops its a capella introduction throughout the song.[14] The eighth track, "Halley's Comet", is a ballad featuring stripped-back vocals, light synths, and a backbeat.[30] The ninth track, "Not My Responsibility", is a spoken word interlude with an ambient instrumental that debuted on Eilish's Where Do We Go? World Tour (2020).[14][31]

The interlude then transitions into the tenth track, "Overheated", which samples the production of its predecessor and explores stardom in the era of social media.[14] The eleventh track "Everybody Dies", is an alt-pop ballad, driven by dark synths and light guitar strumming, with "Eilish's voice again standing out".[30] The twelfth track, "Your Power", is a soft acoustic ballad about sexual abuse and being taken advantage of by your partner.[32] The thirteenth track, "NDA" discusses the lack of privacy in her life due to her rise in fame over a dark electropop beat which transitions into the fourteenth track "Therefore I Am", which is lyrically about dismissing the haters and critics.[33] The fifteenth track, "Happier Than Ever", is a rock opera song.[34] It has been described as "a mopey breakup song", before breaking into "an electric-guitar-driven rager", while the rest of the tracks "bare different kinds of catharsis, teetering between sexy, electronic beats and warm folkiness, reminiscent of her earliest music."[8] It has been dubbed an album highlight.[27][35] The album closes with "Male Fantasy", a slow-tempo ballad that finds Billie reflecting on relationships and sexual growth.

Release and promotion

Alessandro Michele (left) designed a box and nail stickers for limited Gucci edition of the album, while Robert Rodriguez (right) co-directed the concert film Happier Than Ever: A Love Letter to Los Angeles.

On April 26, 2021, Eilish began hinting at upcoming music, and revealed the title, Happier Than Ever, in an Instagram post on April 26, including a 15-second snippet of the title track, which had been previously teased in the documentary film.[36][37] The following day, Eilish announced Happier Than Ever as the album title, after billboards announcing its title and release date reportedly began appearing in various cities.[28][38][39][40] Happier Than Ever was released on July 30, 2021.[41] It was available in a variety of physical album formats, such as eight differently colored vinyl LPs, including retail-exclusives for Amazon, independent record stores, Target, Urban Outfitters and Walmart, ten CD variants, including autographed CDs at independent stores, a version with alternate packaging hand-painted by Eilish, three premium box sets, a Target-exclusive edition packaged with a poster, and multiple cassette tape variants, including a deluxe box set.[42]

On December 2, Eilish announced that she has teamed up with an Italian fashion house Gucci for an eco-friendly limited vinyl edition of Happier Than Ever.[43] The set was released the following day, featuring vinyls created entirely from leftover recycled materials gathered during the original pressing of the record and a Gucci-branded nail stickers.[44] The box and stickers were designed by the brand's creative director Alessandro Michele.[45] Additionally, the colector's edition was sold in a physical Gucci stores throughout the world. The cover of this edition has a "psychedelic pattern" in the background.[46] Next month, during the 30th anniversary of Interscope Records, the label announced a museum exhibit, Artists Inspired by Music: Interscope Reimagined, featuring new cover arts of the projects released by the label. Those artworks were featured on the limited vinyl release.[47] Happier Than Ever new cover was designed by American artist Lisa Yuskavage.[48]

Eilish appeared on the cover of June 2021 issue of British Vogue, wearing a corset.[49] The photoshoot provoked polarizing reactions.[50] The singer also were interviewed for that magazine,[51] and also for such publications as the Guardian and Rolling Stone.[52][53] To support the album in the United Kingdom, a television special titled Billie Eilish: Up Close was broadcast on BBC One on July 31, in tandem with Eilish's debut on the BBC Live Lounge.[54][55] All of the album's tracks received lyric videos on YouTube upon its release.[56] For the first anniversary of the album, Eilish shared voice memos of her recording takes for "Billie Bossa Nova", "Lost Cause", "Your Power", the title track, and "Male Fantasy".[57]

Live performances

On June 16, 2021, Eilish performed a 27-minute set on Prime Day Show, including renditions of first four singles from Happier Than Ever, "All the Good Girls Go to Hell", and "Everything I Wanted".[58] The set was later released on Amazon Music to download and streaming as a digital EP.[59] The artist partnered with an American video hosting service Vevo to create a series of "Official Vevo Live Performances" in promotion of Happier Than Ever.[60] So far, four renditions of the album songs were published on the singer's official YouTube account; in chronogical order: "Your Power" on July 18,[61] "Male Fantasy" on August 4,[62] "Lost Cause" on October 21,[63] and "Billie Bossa Nova" on January 13, 2022.[64] Two additional in-studio performances were uploaded to Eilish's channel, namely "NDA" on July 16, 2021,[65] and an acoustic rendition of "Billie Bossa Nova" on December 20.[66]

On July 29, 2021, Eilish appeared on German program Undersing, where she performed "NDA" and "Billie Bossa Nova".[67] On August 5, the singer appeared in BBC Radio 1's Live Lounge with a 4-song set consisting of "Getting Older", "I Didn't Change My Number", "NDA", and a cover of Frances Langford's "I'm in the Mood for Love".[68] Next month, she was on gigs such as iHeartRadio Music Festival and Life Is Beautiful Music & Art Festival, where she performed some of the album tracks.[69][70] The same month, she also performed "Getting Older" and "Billie Bossa Nova" for TIME ABC.[71] In November, Eilish was featured in Sesame Street, where she gave an alternate rendition of the title track with Count von Count.[72] The following month, the artist was performing a double duty in Saturday Night Live of the show's host and musical guest, in addition to various sketches, she performed "Happier Than Ever" and "Male Fantasy" in a scenery nodding to the tracks' music videos.[73] To mark the album's one-year anniversary, Eilish and Finneas held performances at the Amoeba Music record store in Hollywood.[74] The store's employees stated that 500 tickets were sold, as well as many guests were invited.[75] The setlist included "Getting Older", "Billie Bossa Nova", and the title track. They also performed "TV", which is part of her second extended play Guitar Songs.[76][77]

Concerts

Billie Eilish and Finneas O'Connell performing during the album's associated world tour (2022–2023)

On July 22, 2021, Eilish teased a concert film that featured performances of all 16 tracks from the album, set for an exclusive release to Disney+ on September 3, 2021.[78][79] Titled Happier Than Ever: A Love Letter to Los Angeles, it was directed by Robert Rodriguez and Patrick Osborne, and it features live action scenes blended with animation.[80] The concert took place at the Hollywood Bowl without a live audience due to the COVID-19 pandemic;[81] additional scenes were recorded at various landmarks around Los Angeles.[82] Critics praised the film's performances, which they felt were of similar or better quality compared to the songs' studio versions.[83][84]

Eilish announced that she would embark on a world tour in support of Happier Than Ever, through a video released on her YouTube channel, on May 21.[85] The tickets were made available for sale one week later.[86] The tour consisted of 72 concerts across North America, Europe, and Oceania. It began on February 3, 2022, in New Orleans, United States.[87][88] Parts of the tour were held on festivals such as Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival and Glastonbury Festival.[89][90]

Eilish worked with Apple Music to exclusively host a film of one of the concerts, specifically one of her shows at the O2 Arena in London. She billed the film as a way for fans who missed out on tickets to experience the tour for themselves, wanting more people to recognize her for her showmanship live.[91][92][93] Two concerts, titled Happier Than Ever, The Hometown Encore, were held at the Kia Forum in Inglewood, California from December 15 to 16, 2022.[94][95]

Singles

Seven singles were released in support of Happier Than Ever, with the first six managing to chart within top 40 on the Billboard Hot 100 in the United States.[96] The album's lead single, "My Future", was released on July 30, 2020, one year before the album's scheduled release date.[97] An accompanying animated music video was published the same day as the song and was directed by Australian animator Andrew Onorato.[98] The single was critically acclaimed, even appearing at some publication's year-end lists as one of the best song of the year.[99][100] It debuted at number six on the Billboard Hot 100, becoming her third top ten entry.[101][102] Besides not receiving radio treatment in the United States, "My Future" is the only single of the album that appeared on physical discs.[103] The second single, "Therefore I Am", was released on November 12, 2020, with an accompanying music video directed by Eilish herself.[104][105] The song met with a positive critical reception and, commercially, became the biggest single of Happier Than Ever. The single debuted at number 94 on the Billboard Hot 100,[106] rising to number two the following week, making it the fourth-greatest leap in the Hot 100's history with a vault of 92 positions.[107] The track was promoted through the 2020 American Music Awards live performance.[108]

"Your Power" arrived on April 29, 2021, as the album's third single with an accompanying music video.[109] Well received by music critics, it was next single promoting the project that landed within the top ten of the US Billboard Hot 100.[110] It was promoted by a performance on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert,[111] and became the second single after "Therefore I Am" that impacted American radios.[112] On June 2, "Lost Cause" was released as the fourth single.[113] The accompanying music video sparked a queerbaiting controversy.[114] Without any radio impact dates or live performances, the track failed to chart any higher than 27 in the United States.[115] The fifth single, "NDA", was released on July 9, along with another self-directed visual.[116] Even though the song received an official studio performance video and radio release in the United States,[117] the single barely scratched Hot 100's top 40, charting at number 39.[118] Additionally, the single was not received as warmly by music critics as previous efforts, with Rolling Stone India calling it one of the worst songs of 2021.[119] Due to the moderate success of those singles, Eilish received backlash from her fans, who dubbed the then-upcoming album as her "flop era".[120]

The final two songs of Happier Than Ever, namely the title track and "Male Fantasy", were chosen as the album's sixth and seventh singles, respectively. Similarly to how the music video for "Bad Guy" was published on the same day as When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? (2019), the music video for "Happier Than Ever" was uploaded to Eilish's YouTube account on the same day as the release of its parent album, on July 30, 2021.[121] The song was met with widespread critical acclaim, topping Harper's Bazaar's best songs of 2021 list.[122] Eilish performed the single on numerous occasions, such as on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon and Jimmy Kimmel Live!.[123][124] The track reached top ten in 17 countries, including the United Kingdom where it peaked at number 4, becoming her sixth UK top five single.[125] However, in the United States, "Happier Than Ever" missed the top ten, debuting on the Hot 100 at number 11.[118] On December 6, Eilish debuted the video for "Male Fantasy", with the song being issued as the seventh single.[126] Even though critically acclaimed, the song did not manage to appear on many charts.[127] Both "Male Fantasy" and "Happier Than Ever" were performed by Eilish on Saturday Night Live on December 11.[128]

Critical reception

Professional ratings
Aggregate scores
SourceRating
AnyDecentMusic?8.2/10[129]
Metacritic86/100[130]
Review scores
SourceRating
AllMusic[131]
And It Don't StopA[29]
DIY[132]
Entertainment WeeklyB+[34]
The Guardian[14]
The Independent[16]
The Line of Best Fit6/10[35]
NME[27]
Pitchfork7.6/10[133]
Rolling Stone[134]

Upon release, Happier Than Ever received critical acclaim from music critics, who admired its resolute portrayal of teenage stardom contrasting its muted sound.[26] At Metacritic, which assigns a normalized rating out of 100 to reviews from publications, the album has a weighted mean score of 86 based on 27 reviews, indicating "universal acclaim".[130]

NME critic El Hunt lauded the album for proving Eilish "one of her generation's most significant pop artists", and wrote that its music is "softer" and "far more low-key" than her debut record.[27] Alexis Petridis of The Guardian noted the "uniformly great" melodies and vocals, the "less flashy" production in Happier Than Ever, observing a "more somber" tone.[14] Sal Cinquemani of Slant felt the album is more "sonically diverse" than Eilish's debut record, expanding beyond its predecessor's trip-hop and trap elements.[31] The Daily Telegraph's Neil McCormick dubbed Happier Than Ever "the sound of a tortured teen alone in her bedroom late at night", its lyrics "pithy", and Eilish's vocals "delicate".[135]

Reviewing in his Substack-published "Consumer Guide" column, Robert Christgau gave Happier Than Ever an "A" and applauded Eilish for conceiving original ideas about fame through "sheer candor", highlighting her lyrics on "Getting Older", "Not My Responsibility", and "Everybody Dies".[29] Louis Bruton of The Irish Times stated the album describes "the confinements and exploitations of being a celebrity and a teenager."[20] Rob Sheffield, writing for Rolling Stone, called it a "downright heroic", "dark, painful, confessional album where [Eilish is] choosing not to settle into the role of America's beloved kooky kid sister."[134] David Smyth of Evening Standard complimented the style and non-mainstream appeal of the album's production.[136] Clash's Robin Murray called Happier Than Ever "a work of subtle evolution" and "a record of quite complexity".[137]

Variety's Chris Willman highlighted the album's "trenchant observation", "self-aware humor", and "post-celebrity self-consciousness".[138] Sarah Carson of i labeled the album a "great, understated, philosophical" project inclining towards sparse and acoustic pop music trends.[139] Jesse Atkinson of Gigwise called the album's production extraordinary, admiring its interpretation of music genres.[140] Giselle Au-Nhien Nguyen of The Sydney Morning Herald deemed the album a cohesive, "revealing and rewarding, listening experience" enhanced by Eilish's "acidic" delivery.[141] In his Slate review, Carl Wilson liked the musical and lyrical maturity Eilish displays in Happier Than Ever.[142] The New York Times' Lindsay Zoladz felt the album is "fixated on the tension between private and public knowledge, a social-media-era pop star's meditation on how much candor—if any—she owes her audience."[143]

A few reviews were critical of Happier Than Ever. Alexandra Pollard of The Independent remarked that the album is "full of things most of us don't have to deal with", but Eilish turns them into relatable stories via "insightful" songs. She dismissed the tracks "Oxytocin" and "Goldwing" as insubstantial.[16] In a mixed review, Matthew Kent of The Line of Best Fit commended Eilish's lyrics and Finneas' production, but regarded the album a less unique work, with its tracks "often blurring into each other."[35] Consequence critic Mary Siroky, despite her overall warm review, also agreed that the album could be too cohesive with sonically indistinct songs.[144] The A.V. Club's Alex McLevy felt "there are just a few too many tracks on Happier Than Ever, which starts off unstoppably strong, but starts to falter in the back half."[24] Stereogum's Tom Breihan wrote negatively, calling the album a boring, "shell-shocked" product of Eilish's attempts at making a second album as triumphant as her first.[25]

Year-end lists

Happier Than Ever on year-end lists
PublicationListRankRef.
BBCThe 21 Best Albums of 2021
14
BillboardThe 50 Best Albums of 2021
8
ConsequenceTop 50 Albums of 2021
26
The GuardianThe 50 best albums of 2021
24
NMEThe 50 best albums of 2021
15
NRC HandelsbladHester Carvalho's best music of 2021
1
PopMattersThe 75 Best Albums of 2021
45
Rolling StoneThe 50 Best Albums of 2021
15
Slant MagazineThe 50 Best Albums of 2021
6
The TelegraphThe 10 best albums of 2021
9
Variety The Best Albums of 2021
3

Commercial performance

A few weeks before its release, with over 1.028 million pre-adds of Happier Than Ever, Eilish reclaimed the Apple Music record for the most pre-saved album ever in the platform's history; Canadian singer the Weeknd had previously seized the record from Eilish's own When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? (2019) with his album After Hours (2020).[156][157][note 1] The International Federation of the Phonographic Industry reported that Eilish was the third best-selling female artist of 2021, behind Taylor Swift and Adele.[159]

United States

Happier Than Ever marked Eilish's second number-one album in the United States. It debuted atop the Billboard 200 with 238,000 album-equivalent units, the fifth largest week for an album in 2021. Of the 238,000 units, sales constitutes 154,000 copies, which is the third largest album sales week in 2021, and 84,000 units calculated from the 113.87 million on-demand streams the album received in its first week. The tally also consists of 73,000 vinyl LPs shipped in the same week.

The album topped the Billboard 200 for its first three consecutive weeks, becoming the first album by a woman to do so since Swift's Folklore (2020), and the second album in 2021 to achieve the feat, after Dangerous: The Double Album by American singer Morgan Wallen.[160] Nine songs from the album charted on the all-genre Billboard Hot 100 simultaneously,[161] whereas all of its tracks charted on the Hot Rock & Alternative Songs chart, with the title track, "Happier Than Ever", debuting at number one.[162]

Other markets

In the United Kingdom, the album debuted at number one on the UK Albums Chart with 39,000 units, scoring Eilish's second number-one album in the country. With over 9,500 vinyl record sales, Happier Than Ever became the third-fastest selling vinyl album of the millennium by a female artist in the UK.[163] The album debuted atop Germany's Offizielle Top 100 as Eilish's first number one album there. It eclipsed her debut album, which peaked at number three.[164]

In Australia, the album landed atop the ARIA Albums Chart, her second number one in the country, whilst five songs debuted on the ARIA Singles Chart;[165][166] all of the album's five singles charted on the chart previously.[166] Happier Than Ever entered at the number one spot of France's SNEP albums chart with 14,695 units, becoming her first French number-one album.[167][non-primary source needed]

Accolades

List of awards and nominations received by Happier Than Ever
YearAwardCategoryResultRef.
2021MusicDaily AwardsBest AlbumWon[168]
2021People's Choice AwardsAlbum of the YearNominated[169]
2022Grammy AwardsAlbum of the YearNominated[170][171]
Best Pop Vocal AlbumNominated
2022iHeartRadio Music AwardsAlternative Album of the YearWon[172]
2022Nickelodeon Kids' Choice AwardsFavorite AlbumWon[173]
2022Premios OdeónBest International AlbumNominated[174]
2022MTV Video Music AwardsAlbum of the YearNominated[175]

Track listing

All tracks are written by Billie Eilish O'Connell and Finneas O'Connell. All tracks are produced by Finneas.

Happier Than Ever track listing
No.TitleLength
1."Getting Older"4:04
2."I Didn't Change My Number"2:38
3."Billie Bossa Nova"3:16
4."My Future"3:30
5."Oxytocin"3:30
6."Goldwing"2:31
7."Lost Cause"3:32
8."Halley's Comet"3:54
9."Not My Responsibility"3:47
10."Overheated"3:34
11."Everybody Dies"3:26
12."Your Power"4:05
13."NDA"3:15
14."Therefore I Am"2:53
15."Happier Than Ever"4:58
16."Male Fantasy"3:14
Total length:56:07
Tour edition
No.TitleLength
17."My Future (Live Performance from the DNC)" 
18."Therefore I Am (Live from iHeartRadio ALTer Ego 2021)" 
19."Your Power (Vevo Live Performance)" 
20."Lost Cause (Vevo Live Performance)" 
Japan tour edition
No.TitleLength
17."NDA (Japan Special Performance)" 
18."Billie Bossa Nova (Japan Special Performance)" 
Japan tour edition – DVD bonus
No.TitleLength
1."Interview for Japan" 
2."Happier Than Ever (Music Video)" 
3."Happier Than Ever (Making of the Video)" 
4."Male Fantasy (Music Video)" 
5."NDA (Music Video)" 
6."Lost Cause (Music Video)" 
7."Your Power (Music Video)" 
8."Happier Than Ever, The World Tour (Road to Opening Night)" 
9."NDA (Japan Special Performance)" 
10."Billie Bossa Nova (Japan Special Performance)" 

Notes

Personnel

Charts

Certifications

Sales certifications for Happier Than Ever with pure sales where available
RegionCertificationCertified units/sales
Australia (ARIA)[246]Gold35,000double-dagger
Austria (IFPI Austria)[247]Gold7,500double-dagger
Belgium (BEA)[248]2× Platinum40,000double-dagger
Denmark (IFPI Danmark)[249]Platinum20,000double-dagger
France (SNEP)[250]Platinum100,000double-dagger
Italy (FIMI)[251]Gold25,000double-dagger
New Zealand (RMNZ)[252]Platinum15,000double-dagger
Poland (ZPAV)[253]Platinum20,000double-dagger
Spain (PROMUSICAE)[254]Gold20,000double-dagger
United Kingdom (BPI)[255]Gold100,000double-dagger
United States430,000[note 2]

double-dagger Sales+streaming figures based on certification alone.

Release history

Release dates and formats for Happier Than Ever
RegionDateFormatLabelRef.
VariousJuly 30, 2021
[257][258][259]
BrazilSeptember 17, 2021CDUniversal Music Brasil[260]

References

Footnote

  1. ^ On October 29, 2021, The fourth studio album by Adele, 30, surpassed Happier Than Ever and broke the record.[158]
  2. ^ US pure sales as of January 2022 [256]

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Artist(s)

Veröffentlichungen von Billie Eilish die im OTRS erhältlich sind/waren:

Dont Smile At Me ¦ Happier Than Ever ¦ When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?

Billie Eilish auf Wikipedia (oder andere Quellen):

Billie Eilish (2022)
Künstlerlogo seit dem Album Happier Than Ever
Unterschrift von Billie Eilish

Billie Eilish Pirate Baird O’Connell (* 18. Dezember 2001 in Los Angeles, Kalifornien) ist eine US-amerikanische Singer-Songwriterin.[1][2][3] Im Januar 2020 gewann sie alle vier Hauptkategorien bei den Grammy Awards.

Karriere

Billie Eilish wurde in eine irischstämmige Schauspieler- und Musikerfamilie hineingeboren. Der Schauspieler und Musiker Finneas O’Connell ist ihr älterer Bruder. Ihr Zweitname Eilish ist die anglisierte Form von Eilís, einer gälischen Form des Vornamens Elisabeth.[4] Sie ging nicht auf eine öffentliche Schule, sondern wurde zuhause unterrichtet.[5][6] Im Alter von acht Jahren begann sie im Los-Angeles-Kinderchor (Los Angeles Children’s Chorus) zu singen.[7]

Laut ihrem Interview mit Harper’s Bazaar begann sie im Alter von 11 Jahren damit, Lieder zu schreiben. Ihr erstes „echtes“ Lied wurde von The Walking Dead inspiriert und handelte von der Zombie-Apokalypse.[8]

2015–2018: Don’t Smile at Me

Im Jahr 2015 begann Billie Eilish zusammen mit ihrem älteren Bruder Finneas (der eine eigene Band hatte und schon seit mehreren Jahren seine eigenen Songs schrieb und produzierte) an Musik zu arbeiten. Die ersten Songs, an denen sie zusammengearbeitet haben, hießen She’s Broken und Fingers Crossed. „Er hat einen Song mit dem Titel ‚She’s Broken‘ geschrieben, und ich habe einen mit dem Titel ‚Fingers Crossed‘ geschrieben, und wir haben sie aufgenommen und nur zum Spaß auf SoundCloud gestellt“, erinnert sie sich.[9]

Im November 2015,[10] nachdem Billies Tanzlehrer sie gebeten hatte, ein Lied für eine Tanzübung zu schreiben und zu singen, veröffentlichte sie den von Finneas geschriebenen Song Ocean Eyes auf SoundCloud.[7][11] „Neben dem Singen bin ich auch eine Tänzerin. Ich habe getanzt, seit ich acht Jahre alt war. [...] Wir stellten [das Lied] mit einem kostenlosen Download-Link online, damit mein Tanzlehrer darauf zugreifen konnte. Wir hatten gar keine Hintergedanken dabei, aber sozusagen über Nacht hörten es etliche Menschen und sie teilten es [mit ihren Freunden].“[12][13] Billie war damals 13 Jahre alt.[14] In den darauf folgenden zwei Wochen sammelte der Song mehrere hunderttausend Klicks. Finneas’ Manager Danny Rukasin sagte zu den Eltern der Geschwister, dass Billie großes Potenzial habe und mit Hilfe ihres Bruders einen bedeutenden Erfolg erzielen könnte. Im Januar 2016 halfen Finneas und Rukasin ihr, einen Vertrag mit der auf die Entdeckung aufstrebender Musikkünstler spezialisierten britischen A&R-Firma Platoon zu unterschreiben.[15] Im März 2016 wurde ein Musikvideo zu Ocean Eyes auf YouTube veröffentlicht.[15][16]

Finneas trat daraufhin bei allen Veröffentlichungen seiner Schwester als Produzent und Co-Songwriter in Erscheinung. „Bei ihm kann ich ehrlich sein, weil er mein Bruder ist und ich mich wohl dabei fühle, ihm alles zu sagen“, erzählte Billie Eilish Anfang 2017 in einem Interview der Zeitschrift Nylon.[17][18]

Am 23. Juni 2016 veröffentlichte sie über Soundcloud ihren neuen Song Six Feet Under.[19] Sie und ihre Mutter drehten auch ein hausgemachtes Musikvideo dazu, das am 30. Juni auf YouTube hochgeladen wurde.[20]

Im August 2016 wurde Billie Eilish von Justin Lubliner von Darkroom und Interscope Records unter Vertrag genommen.[21][14] Unter diesem Label wurden ihre Songs Six Feet Under und Ocean Eyes am 17. und 18. November 2016 als Singles wiederveröffentlicht.[22][23]

Seit 2017 brachte sie weitere Singles heraus. Ihr Lied Bellyache wurde von Marian Hill remixt, und der Titel Bored wurde für den Ende März 2017 erschienenen Soundtrack der Netflix-Serie Tote Mädchen lügen nicht verwendet.[24]

Billie Eilishs junge Musikkarriere erhielt weltweite Aufmerksamkeit.[25] Bereits im August 2016 bezeichnete die Vogue sie als „Pop’s Next It Girl“.[7] Im Juli 2017 fragte ein BBC-Reporter, ob sie „die beste neue Hoffnung des Pops sei“.[2]

Im August 2017 kam das Digital-Minialbum (EP) Don’t Smile at Me auf den Markt. Es enthielt eine Reihe ihrer zuvor veröffentlichten Singles wie Ocean Eyes, Bellyache, Watch und Copycat. Am 14. Juli kündigte Billie via Twitter eine Tour durch die Vereinigten Staaten zur Unterstützung des Albums an.[26] Dann wurden für die beginnende Tour Konzerte in Europa, Asien und Ozeanien gebucht.[27][28] Nachdem das 25-minütige Minialbum im Oktober auf Platz 35 der neuseeländischen Musikcharts vorgestoßen war, erreichte es in den USA im Januar 2018 Platz 38.[29][30]

Im April 2018 erschien ihre Single Lovely, ein Duett mit dem Sänger Khalid,[31] das eigens für die zweite Staffel der Teen-Dramaserie Tote Mädchen lügen nicht aufgenommen wurde.

2018–2019: When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?

Ihr Song When the Party’s Over erschien im Oktober 2018.[32] Ende 2018 verwendete Apple ihr Lied Come Out and Play im Weihnachts-TV-Spot.[33] Im Januar 2019 veröffentlichte sie das Stück Bury a Friend und im März 2019 eine weitere Single mit dem Titel Wish You Were Gay,[34] bevor zeitgleich mit der Albumveröffentlichung die nächste Single Bad Guy folgte.

Beim Pukkelpop-Festival im August 2019

Ihr Debütalbum When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? erschien Ende März 2019. Es ist das erste Album, das vor dem Veröffentlichungstermin 800.000 Mal via Apple Music vorbestellt wurde. Die 14 Albumsongs wurden in Deutschland innerhalb einer Woche 14 Millionen Mal via Spotify gestreamt. Damit ließ Billie Eilish Ariana Grande hinter sich, die diesen Rekord zuvor gehalten hatte.[35] Das Album ist laut Apple mit mehr als einer Milliarde Streams das meistgespielte Album im Jahr 2019 auf Apple Music.[36] Sowohl das Album als auch die fünfte Single-Auskopplung Bad Guy schafften es in den Vereinigten Staaten auf den ersten Platz der Charts.[37][38]

Bereits im Januar 2019 hatte Billie Eilish eine Tour durch Nordamerika zur Unterstützung des neuen Albums angekündigt. Die Tour startet am 13. April beim Coachella Festival.[39] Hinzu kamen Konzerte in Australien und Neuseeland und in Europa, einschließlich Großbritannien und (im August–September) Deutschland, Österreich, der Schweiz, Russland, Spanien und Portugal.

Bei den MTV Europe Music Awards 2019 wurde sie in der Kategorie „Best Song“ (für Bad Guy) und „Best New“ ausgezeichnet.[40] Billie Eilish wurde bei den Apple Music Awards 2019 sowohl als Künstlerin des Jahres als auch ihr Album When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? als Album des Jahres ausgezeichnet. Zudem gewann sie zusammen mit ihrem Bruder Finneas die Kategorie „Songwriter des Jahres“.[36] Ende Januar 2020 wurde sie zur großen Siegerin der Grammy Awards. Sie gewann alle vier Hauptkategorien („Album“, „Single“, „Song“ und „Newcomer des Jahres“) und für das Album einen weiteren Pop-Grammy. Ihr Bruder Finneas wurde als Produzent des Jahres und für die Produktion von When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? zweimal ausgezeichnet.

Zudem wurde ein neues Lied namens Everything I Wanted aufgenommen und am 13. November 2019 als Single veröffentlicht.[41] Es erreichte schnell Platz 8 in den Vereinigten Staaten.[42] Am 23. Januar 2020 folgte auf YouTube das Musikvideo.[43] Früher im Januar wurde bekannt, dass Billie Eilish den Titelsong zum 25. Bond-Film James Bond 007: Keine Zeit zu sterben beisteuern wird. Damit ist sie die jüngste Interpretin eines James-Bond-Songs.[44] Der Titelsong No Time to Die wurde am 13. Februar 2020 veröffentlicht. Am 9. März 2020 sollte ihre neue Welttournee starten, wurde aber aufgrund der COVID-19-Pandemie abgesagt.

Seit 2020: Auftakt zum zweiten Studioalbum und Oscar für No Time to Die

Die Absage von Billie Eilishs Welttournee im Frühjahr 2020 ermöglichte es ihr, „ohne Druck und Abgabetermine“ an ihrem zweiten Album zu arbeiten.[45] Am 30. Juli 2020 veröffentlichte sie einen neuen Song mit dem Titel My Future als Single.[46][47] Am 12. November veröffentlichte sie die Single Therefore I Am.[48] Am 21. Januar 2021 kam das Duet Lo vas a olvidar mit Rosalia heraus, welches auf Spotify über 30 Mio. Aufrufe zeigte.[49] Im Frühjahr 2021 kündigte Billie die Veröffentlichung ihres zweiten Albums Happier Than Ever für den 30. Juli 2021 an.[50] Am 29. April veröffentlichte sie die Single Your Power, nach My Future und Therefore I Am die dritte Auskopplung ihres zweiten Studioalbums.[51]

Im Jahr 2022 gewann Eilish gemeinsam mit ihrem Bruder für den James-Bond-Song No Time to Die u. a. den Oscar und Golden Globe Award. Wenige Monate später wurden beide in die Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS) berufen, die alljährlich die Oscars vergibt.[52]

Musikstil

Billie Eilishs Musik enthält Elemente von Pop, Trap[53] und Alternative/Indie-Rock.[54] Ihr Soprangesang wurde als „flüsternd“ (Rolling Stone)[55] und „ätherisch“ (Vice) bezeichnet.[56]

Erscheinung und Modestil

Eilish verknüpfte ihre Person und Musik von Anfang an eng mit eigenen Mode- und Frisurentscheidungen, die sich nicht an gängige Schönheitsideale hielten und öffentliche Auseinandersetzungen Eilishs mit sexistischem Boulevardjournalismus nach sich zogen, als Paparazzi versuchten, sie noch als Minderjährige möglichst leicht, wenn nicht sogar unbekleidet zu fotografieren. Die Streitigkeiten fanden 2020 ihren Höhepunkt, als sie auf der Straße in bequemer, aber modisch unvorteilhafter Kleidung fotografiert wurde und sich daraufhin in der Klatschpresse und den sozialen Medien öffentlich über ihre Figur, insbesondere ihre sehr große Oberweite lustig gemacht wurde.[57]

Karrierebeginn

Billie Eilish im Juni 2019

Um keinen Trends zu folgen und um sich der Beurteilung ihres Körpers zu entziehen, trug sie am Anfang ihrer Karriere weite, konturlose Kleidung, färbte ihre Haare in bunten Farben und trug dazu extrem lange künstliche Fingernägel. „Ich möchte, dass die Welt niemals alles über mich weiß. […] Deshalb trage ich weite, schlabberige Kleidung. Niemand kann sich eine Meinung bilden, weil sie nicht gesehen haben, was darunter liegt. Weißt du? Niemand kann sagen: ‚Sie hat einen flachen Hintern, sie hat einen fetten Arsch!‘ Niemand kann solche Meinungen haben, weil sie es nicht wissen,“ sagte sie im Mai 2019.[58] Mit ihrem ungewöhnlichen Kleidungsstil wurde sie zu einer Stilikone für Mädchen ihrer Generation.[59][60][61][62][63][64][65][66][67][68][69][70]

Stilwechsel 2021

Anfang 2021 kündigte Eilish mit einem überraschenden Wechsel zu der Haarfarbe Platinblond eine grundsätzliche Stilveränderung an. In der Juni-2021-Ausgabe der britischen Vogue zeigte sie sich in einem Fotoshooting von Craig McDean im Pin-Up-Stil des „Alten Hollywoods“ mit Marilyn-Monroe-Frisur. Gekleidet war sie in hochwertigen Dessous wie einem Bodysuit mit Corsage sowie sog. „Strumpf-Boots“ – extravagante hohe Stiefel, die wie Strümpfe angezogen werden können. Da die Sängerin den Normvorstellungen für Frauen im Pop bislang unaufgeschlossen gegenüberstand und für ihre Fans als eine feministische Vordenkerin sowie Ikone der Body-Positivity-Bewegung gilt, betitelt der Chefredakteur der britischen Vogue Edward Enninful diesen Schritt als einen faszinierenden Wechsel der Gangart.[71] Auch Gesa Ufer vom Deutschlandfunk denkt, dass die Fotos eine Zäsur darstellen, und befragte die Kulturwissenschaftlerin Freya Herrmann dazu. Herrmann denkt, dass die Aktion der Musikerin zeigt, dass sie das machen möchte, wonach ihr sei.[72] Eilish selbst äußerte sich im Vogue-Interview ähnlich: „Mein Ding ist: Ich kann machen, was auch immer ich will.“ Sie pochte im Artikel auf die Freiheit, den Willen und das Recht, die eigene Lebensgestaltung in die eigene Hand zu nehmen, ohne sich von anderen reinreden zu lassen, wozu auch Entscheidungen gehören, die den eigenen Körper betreffen. Der Titel trug auch als Zitat: Everything which makes you feel good! (Alles, was sich für Dich gut anfühlt!)[73]

Persönliches

Billie Eilish lebt bei ihren Eltern im Nordosten von Los Angeles.[74] Sie hat drei Haustiere: einen Hund, eine Katze und eine Vogelspinne.[75] Seit 2014 lebt sie vegan. Im Juni 2019 veröffentlichte sie auf Instagram einen Aufruf an ihre Fans, den Fleischkonsum einzustellen.[76] 2021 wurde sie mit dem Deutschen Nachhaltigkeitspreis ausgezeichnet.

Nach eigenen Angaben hat sie das Tourette-Syndrom[77] und Erfahrungen mit Depressionen.[78]

Diskografie

Studioalben

JahrTitel
Musiklabel
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(Jahr, Titel, Musiklabel, Plat­zie­rungen, Wo­chen, Aus­zeich­nungen, Anmer­kungen)
Anmerkungen
 DE AT CH UK US
2019When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?
Darkroom • Interscope Records (UMG)
DE3
Platin
Platin

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AT1
Dreifachplatin
×3
Dreifachplatin

(… Wo.)Template:Charttabelle/Wartung/vorläufig/2019AT
CH1
Doppelplatin
×2
Doppelplatin

(… Wo.)Template:Charttabelle/Wartung/vorläufig/2019CH
UK1
Doppelplatin
×2
Doppelplatin

(… Wo.)Template:Charttabelle/Wartung/vorläufig/2019UK
US1
Vierfachplatin
×4
Vierfachplatin

(… Wo.)Template:Charttabelle/Wartung/vorläufig/2019US
Erstveröffentlichung: 29. März 2019
Verkäufe: + 7.087.500
2021Happier Than Ever
Darkroom • Interscope Records (UMG)
DE1
(… Wo.)Template:Charttabelle/Wartung/vorläufig/2021DE
AT1
Gold
Gold

(69 Wo.)AT
CH1
(69 Wo.)CH
UK1
Gold
Gold

(… Wo.)Template:Charttabelle/Wartung/vorläufig/2021UK
US1
(… Wo.)Template:Charttabelle/Wartung/vorläufig/2021US
Erstveröffentlichung: 30. Juli 2021
Verkäufe: + 822.500

Auszeichnungen (Auswahl)

Grammy Awards[79]

Golden Globe Awards

BRIT Awards

  • 2020: „International Female Solo Artist“
  • 2021: „International Female Solo Artist“

International Music Awards

  • 2019: „Beginner“[80]

Juno Awards

  • 2020: „International Album of the Year“ (When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?)

Oscars

Swiss Music Awards

  • 2020: „Best Solo Act International“
  • 2020: „Best Breaking Act International“

Variety’s Hitmakers

  • 2021: „Film Song of the Year“ (No Time to Die)[81]

Weblinks

Commons: Billie Eilish – Sammlung von Bildern

Einzelnachweise

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  3. Billie Eilish | Biography & History. In: AllMusic. Abgerufen am 24. August 2018.
  4. Behind the name: Eilish, abgerufen am 5. Juni 2019
  5. Caroline Warnke: "Scheiss drauf, was andere denken!", in: Bravo Nr. 10, 24. April 2019, S. 9.
  6. Meet Maggie Baird. 22. Juni 2012, abgerufen am 14. August 2020.Vorlage:Cite web/temporär
  7. a b c Meet Billie Eilish, Pop’s Next It Girl. Vogue, 9. August 2016, abgerufen am 3. Februar 2020.Vorlage:Cite web/temporär
  8. Erics Gonzales: Billie Eilish Is a 15-Year-Old Pop Prodigy—And She's Intimidating as Hell. Harper’s Bazaar, 19. Oktober 2017, abgerufen am 4. Februar 2020.Vorlage:Cite web/temporär
  9. Billie Eilish and Brother/Co-Writer Finneas Get Deep About Songwriting. In: Variety. 4. Dezember 2019, abgerufen am 16. Dezember 2020.Vorlage:Cite web/temporär
    Laura Coelho de Almeida: WHO IS: Billie Eilish. Meet the 16 year old american future… In: Jellyjrn. 22. November 2018, abgerufen am 17. Dezember 2020.Vorlage:Cite web/temporär
  10. Ocean Eyes auf SoundCloud, abgerufen am 18. Januar 2018.
  11. Mary McNamara: Billie Eilish and Finneas got their start at Revolution Dance Center. Los Angeles Times, 24. Januar 2020, abgerufen am 3. Februar 2020.
  12. Ariana Marsh: How Billie Eilish's 'Ocean Eyes' Turned Her Into an Overnight Sensation - Teen Vogue. In: Teen Vogue. 24. Februar 2017, abgerufen am 30. Januar 2020.Vorlage:Cite web/temporär
  13. 9 Fakten über Billie Eilish – was Sie über den 17-jährigen Newcomer wissen müssen. Rolling Stone Deutschland, 12. April 2019, archiviert vom Original am 19. August 2019; abgerufen am 31. Januar 2020.
  14. a b Why All Eyes Are on Billie Eilish, the New Model for Streaming Era Success. Billboard, 9. Mai 2019, archiviert vom Original am 27. Januar 2020; abgerufen am 16. Dezember 2020.Vorlage:Cite web/temporär
  15. a b Не просто альбом, сделанный в спальне. Сколько стоила запись пластинки Билли Айлиш. Журнал • Институт музыкальных инициатив (ИМИ), 8. März 2020, abgerufen am 16. Dezember 2020 (russisch).
  16. Billie Eilish - Ocean Eyes (Official Music Video) - YouTube. 24. März 2016, abgerufen am 16. Dezember 2020.Vorlage:Cite web/temporär
  17. Taylor Bryant: Watch Singer Billie Eilish’s Exquisite Studio Performance. NYLON, 27. Februar 2017, abgerufen am 2. Februar 2020.
    Ryan Schocket: Who Is Billie Eilish? A Brief Explainer Of The New Star. BuzzFeed, 31. März 2019, abgerufen am 2. Februar 2002: „I can be honest because he's my brother and I feel comfortable telling him anything.“Vorlage:Cite web/temporär
  18. 9 Fakten über Billie Eilish – was Sie über den 17-jährigen Newcomer wissen müssen. Rolling Stone Deutschland, 12. April 2019, archiviert vom Original am 19. August 2019; abgerufen am 31. Januar 2020.
  19. six feet under by Billie Eilish. SoundCloud, archiviert vom Original am 12. August 2016; abgerufen am 16. Dezember 2020.Vorlage:Cite web/temporär
    V:Music First Listen: Billie Eilish, 'Six Feet Under'. In: Vanyaland. 23. Juni 2020, abgerufen am 16. Dezember 2020.Vorlage:Cite web/temporär
  20. Kristen Spruch: 10 Billie Eilish Songs Every Superfan Should Know. Billboard, 12. Dezember 2019, abgerufen am 16. Dezember 2020.Vorlage:Cite web/temporär
    Billie Eilish - Six Feet Under - YouTube. 30. Juni 2020, abgerufen am 16. Dezember 2020.Vorlage:Cite web/temporär
  21. Rumor Mill - INTRODUCING JUSTIN LUBLINER. In: HITS Daily Double. 2. April 2019, abgerufen am 16. Dezember 2020.Vorlage:Cite web/temporär
  22. Six Feet Under / Billie Eilish. Tidal, 17. November 2016, archiviert vom Original am 16. Dezember 2020; abgerufen am 16. Dezember 2020.Vorlage:Cite web/temporär
    Ocean Eyes / Billie Eilish, Tidal. 18. November 2016. Abgerufen am 16. Dezember 2020. Vorlage:Cite news/temporär
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  25. Billie Eilish auf Google News, abgerufen am 18. Januar 2018.
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  27. billieeilish.com Version vom 29. September 2017, abgerufen am 18. Januar 2018.
  28. billieeilish.com Version vom 10. Januar 2018, abgerufen am 18. Januar 2018.
  29. Dont Smile at Me auf billboard.com, abgerufen am 18. Januar 2018.
  30. NZ Music Charts, 02 October 2017, abgerufen am 18. Januar 2018.
  31. Billie Eilish and Khalid Drop Visual For Atmospheric New Track 'Lovely': Watch billboard.com, abgerufen am 12. Mai 2018.
  32. When the Party's Over (song). (Nicht mehr online verfügbar.) Archiviert vom Original am 29. Mai 2019; abgerufen am 25. Mai 2019 (englisch).
  33. Billie Eilish | TONSPION. Abgerufen am 10. Februar 2019.
  34. “WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO?”: Billie Eilish kündigt Debütalbum an und veröffentlicht neuen Song “bury a friend” abgerufen am 7. Februar 2019
  35. Steckbrief/Biografie über Billie Eilish. 12. April 2019, abgerufen am 12. April 2019.
  36. a b Apple kündigt die ersten Apple Music Awards an. Abgerufen am 4. Dezember 2019.
  37. Billie Eilish’s “Bad Guy” Has Finally Dethroned Lil Nas X’s “Old Town Road” At #1 stereogum.com, abgerufen am 27. September 2019
  38. Billie Eilish's 'When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?' Debuts at No. 1 on Billboard 200 Chart billboard.com, abgerufen am 27. September 2019
  39. Billie Eilish Announces When We All Fall Asleep Tour. Rolling Stone, 4. Februar 2019, abgerufen am 4. Februar 2020.Vorlage:Cite web/temporär
  40. 2019 MTV EMA: Die Gewinner. MTV.de, 3. November 2019, abgerufen am 4. November 2019.
  41. everything i wanted by Billie Eilish on Apple Music. Apple Music, abgerufen am 4. Februar 2020.Vorlage:Cite web/temporär
  42. everything i wanted Chart History. Billboard, abgerufen am 4. Februar 2019.Vorlage:Cite web/temporär
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  44. WELT: Billie Eilish singt neuen James-Bond-Song – mit nur 18 Jahren. 16. Januar 2020 (welt.de [abgerufen am 18. Januar 2020]).
  45. Billie Eilish: Beim zweiten Album viel selbstsicherer. In: kurier.at. 29. Juli 2021, abgerufen am 13. August 2021.
  46. Billie Eilish’s New Single, ‘My Future,’ Is Coming July 30. Forbes, 25. Juli 2020, abgerufen am 17. Dezember 2020.Vorlage:Cite web/temporär
  47. Listen to Billie Eilish's stunning new single 'My Future'. NME, 31. Juli 2020, abgerufen am 17. Dezember 2020.Vorlage:Cite web/temporär
  48. Billie Eilish Is Dropping a New Single in Just Days. Billboard, 9. November 2020, abgerufen am 17. Dezember 2020.Vorlage:Cite web/temporär
  49. spotify.com: Billie Eilish Lo Vas A Olvidar
  50. „Your Power“: Billie Eilish veröffentlicht erste Single ihres neuen Albums „Happier Than Ever“
  51. spotify.com: Billie Eilish Your Power
  52. Academy invites 397 to Membership. In: oscars.org, 28. Juni 2022 (abgerufen am 29. Juni 2022).
  53. Best albums 2019: From Ariana Grande to Stormzy. GQ (Großbritannien), 27. Dezember 2019, abgerufen am 6. Februar 2020.Vorlage:Cite web/temporär
  54. 10 New Albums to Stream Now: Rolling Stone Editors' Pick. In: Rolling Stone. 28. Juli 2017, abgerufen am 3. Februar 2020.Vorlage:Cite web/temporär
  55. Avery Stone: Watch Billie Eilish Set Fire to a Bad Relationship in New Video for "watch". In: Vice. 18. September 2017, abgerufen am 3. Februar 2020.Vorlage:Cite web/temporär
  56. Artikel vonwatson.de vom 20.10.20, zuletzt abgerufen am 20.9.21
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    Billie Eilish will nicht ewig nur weite Kleidung tragen. Wienerin, abgerufen am 3. Februar 2020.
    Billie Eilish trägt einmal ein enges Shirt und wird sofort von einem notgeilen Dude objektifiziert. Wienerin, abgerufen am 3. Februar 2020.
    Dieses Kleidungsstück trägt Billie Eilish zum ersten Mal. Maedchen.de, abgerufen am 3. Februar 2020.
    Billie Eilish nur weite Baggy-Klamotten. MTV Germany, abgerufen am 3. Februar 2020.
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  61. Afika Jadezweni: For her head-to-toe Gucci, Chanel looks – data reveals Billie Eilish is SA's top fashion inspiration. Abgerufen am 25. August 2022 (amerikanisches Englisch).
  62. Drew Hofbauer: The power of dress: Expressing gender identity through fashion. Abgerufen am 25. August 2022 (englisch).
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  76. Billie Eilish Reveals She Has Tourette Syndrome After Compilation of Her Tics Emerges Online. In: Billboard. Prometheus Global Media, 27. November 2018, abgerufen am 4. Juli 2019.
  77. Billie Eilish Talks Handling Fame, Life on the Road & Depression With Zane Lowe: Watch. Abgerufen am 2. Juli 2019.
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