Billie Eilish has teased some very exciting news about a new project with the BBC for her second studio album, ‘Happier Than Ever’, which is released on July 30.

The news was revealed by the co-president of Billie’s label Polydor, Tom March. Staying mum on the details, March told Music Week magazine that Eilish has “big plans with The BBC” for Happier Than Ever.

While no further details have been released about what the project is, the BBC has previously broadcast live music specials with such artists as Ariana Grande, Adele and Harry Styles.

In the same interview, March also spoke about Eilish’s choice to release vinyl copies of Happier Than Ever.

“Vinyl is massively important to Billie and her fans,” he explained. “She is one of the rare artists whose streaming audience is enormous but her fans love enjoying a physical format. Billie has worked really hard to make the vinyl formats incredibly special for her fans. They know the amount of love she puts into this.”

Eilish announced a world tour for Happier Than Ever on social media on May 22nd, 2021. She posted a video of her sitting in an empty theatre with the caption, “GOING ON TOURRRRRR AGAINNNNNN JSKCHSKCJSLFJKSNDHSK FINALLYYYYYYY “Happier Than Ever, The World Tour” EEEEEEEEEEEEEEE.”

The world tour is scheduled to start on February 3rd, 2022 and she is set to visit America, Europe and the UK, but unfortunately, there are no scheduled Australian dates, as of now.

Eilish has been dominating the headlines lately after she released a slumber party-themed music video to her new single, ‘Lost Cause‘. The video featured Eilish and her gal pals having pillow fights, busting our choreographed dance routines and rolling around on a bed in lingerie.

Shortly after releasing the video Eilish took to Instagram and posted some BTS pics of the music video and captioned them, “i love girls”. The caption set the internet alight with many interpreting it to mean Eilish was coming out. However, not all of her fans were happy, many also accused the singer of queerbaiting in an act to get more publicity.

Watch ‘Lost Cause’ by Billie Eilish:

Love Pop Music?

Get the latest Pop Music news, features, updates and giveaways straight to your inbox Learn more