Eilish’s swift rise to the very top has been awe-inspiring to watch over the half-decade since she first announced her arrival, and with her latest song ‘My Future’ arriving today (July 31), we thought it would be the perfect time to take stock of Eilish’s success so far by assessing her already thrilling back catalogue of inventive pop bangers. Vinyl, hoodies, tees, accessories, and more. SM, The middle part in ‘When We All Fall Asleep”s closing trio of tunes, ‘I Love You’ is a rather beautiful tear-jerker of a ballad that’ll soundtrack weddings, montages, birthdays, anniversaries, TV finales, weepy film scores and so much more for a long time to come. The iconic "duh" was literally added because Eilish didn't want people to take the song too seriously. ", "I've never said anything that I meant more than that," she explained in a video for Genius. / Heart made of glass, my mind of stone / Tear me to pieces, skin to bone.". "I wanna steal your soul / And hide you in my treasure chest," she sings, adding later, "Nothing hurts when I'm alone / When you're with me and we're alone.". While, at first, the song appears to lack the pulsating power of other Eilish hits, when the chorus begins about a minute and a half in, the softly-strummed guitar and breathy vocals give way to throbbing beats and soft shrieks — adding to the song's foreboding undertones. So that's kind of what the song is about. Eilish, then 16 years old, released "B----es Broken Hearts" as a single in 2018. What’s happened since then, we hear you ask? "She might be the most convincing singer I've ever heard. — Claudia Willen. "I'm the powder, you're the fuse / just add some friction," Eilish sings of her inexplicable attraction to an unnamed person, accurately describing the volatility that can characterize an unequal relationship. Song highlight: The way Eilish croons "My Lucifer is lonely" at the beginning is both scary and sort of appealing. Her voice is like a Stradivarius violin. — Callie Ahlgrim. I feel like it’s been a little bit misinterpreted. "Party Favor" starts off with a phone ringing before a man says to "leave a message." The eighth song on "Don't Smile at Me" exercises simplicity, because in this case, there's no need to distract from Eilish's vocals. The thoughts expressed are those of the author(s). While "Xanny" lacks the slick hooks or sardonic lyrics of other songs on the album, Eilish's breathy vocals and dismissive attitude towards recreational pill use make it one of the project's hidden gems. Both Eilish and O'Connell have described "I Love You" as one of their favorite songs in her discography ("I think me and Finneas can't even believe we wrote that song," she told DWDD). ", But even though she feels bad about leaving those she loves behind ("Call my friends and tell them that I love them / And I'll miss them"), Eilish stays true to her decision to leave, telling the listener, "I'm not sorry. The tender ballad is both heart-wrenching and serene. U.S. chart, as Billie Eilish's "Therefore I Am" debuts at No. Not only do the lyrics describe their bond, but the entire song is a breathtaking portrait of their in-sync collaborative skills. "My Lucifer is lonely," Eilish purrs at the start of the track, before making a compelling case for ditching the "pearly gates [that] look more like a picket fence" and turning to the dark side, where most of her friends seem to be. / You can lie but I know that you're not fine. — Callie Ahlgrim. The duo have got each other’s backs, be that protecting each other from the outside world and helping change their perceptions of themselves.” SM, Billie has proven throughout her careers so far that she can play nice with other collaborators besides Finneas. With her sixth top 10 on Billboard's Alternative Airplay chart, Billie Eilish takes sole possession of the most such hits among solo women or groups with female lead vocals in … Billie Eilish, Lil Nas X, Rico Nasty, Glaive and more are our "Fri 5" top songs for another bonkers week. It's actually a utilitarian pedestrian signal in Sydney, Australia. View Billie Eilish song lyrics by popularity along with songs featured in, albums, videos and song meanings. In May 2019 the song was ranked 84 on Billboard Hot 100. Song highlight: The layering of her vocals throughout. Billie Eilish made history earlier this year when she became the youngest artist to win the top four Grammys at the 2020 ceremony, and even won … Her effortless, hypnotic vocal runs are noticeably more drawn-out, elaborate, and confident — and knowing that she and O'Connell refuse to use autotune just makes it all the more impressive. It's no mystery that the relationship is unhealthy, but "Hostage" artfully exposes a battle between complete adoration and problematic obsession. Whether or not you're good at it, it doesn't matter. One of the most recognisably poppy moments on ‘When We All Fall Asleep…’, ‘All The Good Girls Go To Hell’ is powered by bright pianos, off-the-wall synths and some seriously impressive bass work from Finneas in the second verse. Eilish's voice hardly shifts in volume or pitch, opting instead for whispery harmonies. — Libby Torres. If you were too busy bopping your head or jerking your shoulders, you may not have noticed that it also boasts Eilish's cheekiest and pithiest punchline ever: "My boy, my boy, my boy / Don't love me like he promised / My boy, my boy, my boy / He ain't a man, and sure as hell ain't honest. since. "And if you're self-aware enough — like, this person is treating me really badly, and I feel like nothing, and I feel like waste and not worth anything, then it's time to leave that relationship! TS, Billie and Finneas penned this track to accompany Apple’s Christmas advert in 2018. ranked in order of greatness. — Callie Ahlgrim. O'Connell, who cowrote and produced the song, also sings with his sister on the chorus, which acts as an antidote to her spectral feelings of inadequacy and distrust in the verses: "You say, 'As long as I'm here, no one can hurt you,'" she sings, a line that O'Connell actually came up with.