Just two days ago, global pop phenomenon Billie Eilish blessed us with her debut full-length album.
WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO? hears the 17-year-old enter a dark and murky territory. Coming in at 14 tracks, the record was home-recorded over six months, with Eilish’s older brother, Finneas, producing all songs.
The superstar is gearing up to play some of her biggest shows in Australia and abroad later this year. As part of the Australian leg of the WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO? Tour, the American performer will play to sold out crowds across the entire country. This includes a show at Melbourne’s Margaret Court Arena, Brisbane’s Riverstage, and Sydney’s Hordern Pavillion.
As part of her Australian visit, the wunderkind is headlining the Groovin The Moo tour across the country.
In what has been a crazy promotional week for the young hit-maker, she performed ‘bury a friend’ on Jimmy Kimmel Live. The stage is creepily set, with blankets of smoke, sheets, and using a similar bed to what was used in the track’s official video. An ever-scary silhouette synonymous with the character in the official clip also makes a cameo.