Billie Eilish found it “very satisfying” to shout on a track on her next album.
The ‘Your Power’ singer sang many of her songs on “danger and frustration,” following her hotly anticipated debut record ‘When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?’ in 2019.
She told British Vogue magazine’s latest issue, of which she was the cover star, that: “It was very gratifying to shout.
“Because I’ve been extremely angry. In these songs there is so much anger – anger, disappointment and frustration.”
The hitmaker “Therefore I Am” also discussed how her songwriting matured as she discussed the positive effects of the global pandemic.
She said: “I have grown so much, and I’ve improved so much in my voice.
“I believe that change is one of the world’s best gifts.”
“Happier Than Ever” releases on July 30th the 19-year-old superstar which she hailed as her ” favourite thing” she “always created.”
The 16-track LP includes hits from the previous version, ‘Therefore I Am’ and ‘my future’ plus ‘Your Power’ (the latest single).
“My NEW ALBUM ‘Happier Than Ever’ OUT JULY 30TH,” Billie recently said to Instagram’s fans. “It’s my favourite thing that I’ve ever created and I’m so excited and excited and eager to hear.
“I can’t say to you. I never felt so much love for a project as I did for it.” (sic)” “
The Grammy winner documented her childhood and meteoric rise to fame as an audiobook teenager who is told by herself while she shared photographs that she had never seen before when she grew up and was on tour of the world in her self-made book.
One statement on the audiobook reads: “This is an audiobook like no other – in Billie’s own words, it provides a truly intimate view of her journey.”
And Billie, whose brother Finneas co-writes and produces her music, said of the volume to be released on May 11, in hardback as well as in an e-book: “I spent hours pouring my family albums and archive archives, hand-screening all the pictures in this book.
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