“Just because we can’t touch each other, doesn’t mean we can’t feel each other. I’ll see you in your city.”
The artist addresses body-shaming head-on in the video, originally created for her ‘Where Do We Go?’ tour.
The original song, which was recorded and produced entirely by the artist from her NYC apartment, marks the third release in the series.
‘Waiting (Demo)’ was entirely self-produced and recorded from her NYC flat during the city’s lockdown.
The weekly Facebook Live Watch Party, presented by Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, will include performances, Q&A sessions, and more throughout April.
Billie Eilish has gone from tinkering in her bedroom to racking up billions of streams worldwide, setting a new path to fame in a post-genre landscape.
“It just doesn’t feel right to me to release this album with all that is going on during this global pandemic”, said the artist in a statement.
“Generous has such a beautiful balance between the classic Hollywood era as well as the hip-hop world we live in now. I felt it was key to express that visually.”
The 16-track album is available for pre-order and set for release on 10 April via Interscope.
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The new track will also feature on band's upcoming album, 'Calm', set for release through Interscope on 27 March.
No other act in UK album chart history has managed to land as many chart-topping albums in a row.
Critically-acclaimed, the album has been as “an irresistible party” by Rolling Stone and a “ferocious declaration of independence” by Q.
The freshly-minted track sees Ware return to her roots with a more club-based sound.
Selena Gomez has revealed the cover for her highly-anticipated comeback single, ‘Lose You To Love Me’, out on 23 October.
The trek take the fast-rising star's live show to some of the world’s biggest arenas including New York City’s Madison Square Garden on 15 March