Billie Eilish performed her track “Happier Than Ever” on the rooftop of the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel for Jimmy Kimmel Live! last night (October 13) – you can watch her performance below.
The song is the title track from Eilish’s second studio album, which came out back in July.
Eilish, her brother and regular collaborator Finneas and their live drummer played “Happier Than Ever” on the rooftop of the Hollywood Roosevelt, with the trio delivering a powerful rendition of the track.
Elsewhere, Eilish took part in a skit with Kimmel where she crossed items off her bucket list. The segment saw Eilish cut an audience member’s hair, be gifted a mouse and punch Kimmel in the stomach.
Earlier this week, the singer expanded the Australian and New Zealand legs of her ‘Happier Than Ever’ world tour due to “overwhelming demand”.
Eilish is also set to play in the UK in June 2022 – including six dates at London’s The O2 and her debut headline set at Glastonbury Festival – as part of her global tour.
The singer previously revealed that she would be teaming up with environmental non-profit organization REVERB to make the tour “climate positive”, which a statement says will “[eliminate] significantly more emissions than the tour creates”.
Eilish’s tour comes off the back of her second album Happier Than Ever which arrived in July. Typical of the critiques was a five-star reviews was the NME’s review, which said the record “fully establishes Billie Eilish as one of her generation’s most significant pop artists – and, better still, does so without repeating a single trick from the debut that turned her life upside down”.
Earlier this month, Eilish celebrated after ‘No Time To Die’, her theme song for the latest James Bond film, went platinum in the UK.
Last month, she revealed a hidden treat for James Bond fans in the theme song.
“You can’t do a Bond song without it sounding like a Bond song,” the singer told the Bond film’s official podcast. “If you listen closely, you can hear [the classic Bond opening sting] in the second verse.
“It’s very subtle and it’s very echoed. We decided to do that, though.”