“When we wrote this song, it was exactly where my head was at - hopeful, excited and a crazy amount of self-reflection and self-growth,” said Eilish.
The new video takes viewers on an unexpected and visually-stunning trip.
The new release also includes the band's breakout anthem, 'Nightmares' which also featured in the HBO Series, 'I May Destroy You'.
Produced by FINNEAS, the new track is out now on Interscope Records.
Former President Barack Obama and former First Lady Michelle Obama will greet the graduates with a special message during the ceremony's first hour.
Produced by Finneas, ‘I Can See The Change’ is a song "about finding hope in the wake of adversity and realising that a brighter future lies ahead."
The artists will join ‘Dear Class Of 2020’’s inspiring lineup that includes President Obama, Lady Gaga And BTS.
The music-themed ‘me & dad Radio’ premieres tomorrow on Apple Music’s Beats 1.
“Small businesses are a crucial part of our community, and it is so important that we support them during this crisis,” said Eilish.
The pair joined the likes of The Rolling Stones, Lizzo, Taylor Swift and Stevie Wonder for the star-studded, Lady Gaga-curated live-streamed event.
A varied list of initial featured artists also includes Kool and the Gang and Greta Van Fleet.
Billie Eilish dropped her highly anticipated new song ‘No Time To Die’, the official theme song to the upcoming James Bond film.
Joined by her brother and musical collaborator Finneas, the singer delivered a beautiful acoustic performance of the iconic Beatles song.
Billie Eilish gets behind the driver’s (and director’s seat) in the latest music video for her hit single, ‘Everything I Wanted’.
The 18-year-old pop star is the youngest artist in history to write and record a James Bond theme song.