Last month, Billie Eilish paid a visit to Jack White White’s iconic Third Man Records in Nashville to perform a secret, invite-only show. The 11-track acoustic set featured a slew of her most beloved hits, like ‘Bury A Friend’, ‘Bad Guy’, and ‘Ocean Eyes’. The performance was recorded direct-to-acetate disc, now, Eilish has announced plans to release it.

The live LP is set to be released at Third Man’s retail stores in Nashville and Detroit this Friday, December 6th. The limited-edition release has been pressed on two variants: a green vinyl, which will be available at the Nashville and Detroit stores, and a very exclusive black & blue split featuring a splatter artwork by Eilish, which will be available exclusively at the Nashville store.

There has been no word yet as to whether fans can expect a wider release of the LP, but we’re crossing our fingers.

As Consequence Of Sound reports, Jack White introduced Eilish to the stage, describing the 17-year-old wunderkind as “someone we really love, and we think is really innovative and inspiring.”

During the set, Eilish returned the praise, thanking White for  “inspiring a whole generation of people to do what they want.”

You can check out a video of Billie creating her vinyl splatter artwork below.

Watch: Billie Eilish Splatter Painting at Third Man Records

Billie Eilish recently made headlines after a recent interview on Jimmy Kimmel Live where she revealed that she didn’t know who Van Halen were. Naturally, because this is the internet and the internet loves making fun of teenage girls for no justifiable reason, the video went viral and spouted mockery from old rockdogs everywhere.

In a wholesome turn of events Wolfgang Van Halen —bassist of Van Halen— came to Eilish’s defence.

“If you haven’t heard of Billie Eilish, go check her out. She’s cool. If you haven’t heard of Van Halen, go check them out. They’re cool too,” Wolfgang wrote. “Music is supposed to bring us together, not divide us. Listen to what you want and don’t shame others for not knowing what you like.”