Yup, it seemed West Coasters felt "seen" by Billie Eilish's new video!
The monitor comes with an official music video additionally directed by the 18-year-old, five-time Grammy victor, and was shot in a abandoned Glendale Galleria shopping center, a well-recognized stomping floor for Eilish throughout her early teen years.
The "No Time To Die" hitmaker - who released her latest single, "Therefore I Am", this week - admitted that although she would have still made "something" this year, the COVID-19 crisis put her in a different headspace and that naturally impacted her writing.
On Wednesday night (November 11), the Grammy winning singer shared a video of herself listening to the single.
Billie Eilish released a new song and video in tandem on Thursday, much to her fan's delight. Yeah, it's a little mean, a little bit. You know that? Like, stop. We shot it overnight, shot it on an iPhone. "Don't talk "bout me like how you might know how I feel - top of the world, but your world isn't real". "I'm very curious to see what people get from it and also what they feel when they hear it". Translated in English as "I think therefore I am" it may not be the basis for a traditional pop song, but, then again, these aren't usual times and, if anything, the world's leading pop star arriving with an existentially rendered hit is about as 2020 as pop music can get.
The track served as one of Eilish's singles from "When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?", a debut album that landed the singer a spot in Grammys history. It's also accompanied by a self-directed video showing Eilish running around an abandoned mall, which is streaming now on YouTube. "And especially since this all started like five years ago". "And I can't wait for you to hear this shit".
Billie Eilish has given us another reason to celebrate our futures. "I'm very excited and hopeful for the future". Eilish rejoiced along with fans last week at news that the United States would soon be governed by President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris.