Billie Eilish Tour 2022

Billie Eilish Tour 2022 : Billie Eilish has been one of pop’s brightest lights of the past few years—although her chilly electropop gems exist in stark contrast to her star power. In 2016, she released her debut single “ocean eyes,” a beat-heavy love song that’s part Portishead and part Lana Del Rey, with a heaping dash of Lorde’s wise-beyond-her-years wit; Eilish’s lithe voice curls around the skeletal beats, quivering as she recalls better days with a crush. The song was brought to Eilish by her brother and coproducer Finneas O’Connell, who had originally written it for his own band; she commandeered it the way only younger siblings can.

Billie Eilish Tour 2022


    Then “ocean eyes” blew up online—first released on SoundCloud, its official video has received more than 28 million YouTube views. She followed that with 2017’s EP ‘don’t smile at me,’ which foregrounds her take-no-prisoners attitude toward bad exes and worse friends: “By the way, you’ve been uninvited/’Cause all you say are all the same things I did,” she sneers on the chilly “copycat,” which lands with the brutality of an unexpected Instagram unfollowing. Her 2018 duet with R&B upstart Khalid, “lovely” places the pair on parallel, lonely tracks. It’s gorgeously sad, her whispery soprano entwining itself with Khalid’s powerful singing as they sing, together, about isolation. “you should see me in a crown,” a sneak peek of her debut full-length released over the summer, is quietly boastful, an unexpected moment of calm on the chaotic soundtrack to ‘FIFA 19.’

    Live, Eilish is more playful than her songs might suggest; alongside O’Connell, she lays down Vince Staples’ guest verse on their collaboration “&burn,” breaks out the ukulele for a faithful yet giddy cover of Drake’s “Hotline Bling,” and professes gratitude to her (growing) fanbase with youthful enthusiasm. Eilish might be brooding on record, but it’s an extension of the passion she brings to her art.

    Billie Eilish on Tour

    Following the release of her official music video for ‘all the good girls go to hell’ – accompanied with the important call to action on climate change – Eilish continues to set an example by partnering with non-profit organization REVERB for her upcoming tour. To help create and encourage an eco-conscious environment both backstage and for her fans, Eilish is allowing fans to bring their re-fillable water bottles to the shows, water stations will be available at every venue for both attendees and crew backstage, plastic straws will not be permitted and a Billie Eilish Eco-Village will be stationed at every show, providing attendees information and resources on ways to help combat climate change.

    Eilish is officially the first artist born this millennium to achieve both a No. 1 album and single, and is now the third female solo artist in the 31-year history with multiple songs topping the Billboard Alternative Songs airplay chart (alongside Alanis Morrissett and Sinead O’Connor). “bad guy” also hit #1 in the Pop Songs airplay chart after leading the Alternative Songs airplay. Her album, WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO?, released on March 29, debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 album chart, has since returned to the top spot two additional times this year, and is currently 2019’s best-selling album in North America.

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