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Billie Eilish Backs ‘No Music On A Dead Planet’ Climate Change Campaign

During her livestreamed show at the weekend, the singer performed ‘All The Good Girls Go To Hell’ in front of footage of forest fires and melting ice-caps.

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Billie Eilish has once again lent her support to the ‘No Music On A Dead Planet’ campaign, performing in front of the slogan on her recent livestreamed show.

The concert was announced earlier this month and was broadcast over the weekend, on Saturday, October 24. Eilish performed from Los Angeles alongside Finneas and her touring drummer Andrew Marshall on a 60ft x 24ft stage surrounded by 100ft x 24ft 360 LED screens, providing 3D, real-time-content integration.

The show itself was modeled after Eilish’s ‘WHERE DO WE GO?’ world tour, and offered fans an immersive, 3-D concert experience, thanks to multiple cameras and extended reality (XR) technology. Additionally, 500 pre-selected fans had the lucky opportunity to interact with the artist.

During the track “All The Good Girls Go To Hell”, she performed in front of footage of forest fires and melting ice-caps, and then displayed the words ‘No Music On A Dead Planet’.

“Pease, vote people. We have 10 days ‘til this election. It is is so important that you vote, especially if you’re young, because we’re the ones with futures — unless you don’t vote and we all die,” Eilish said.

“But I cannot stress enough, vote as early as you can. I voted last week… We’ve gotta do something, because the world is dying and people are dying and Trump is the worst.”

It’s not the first time Eilish has backed the ‘No Music On A Dead Planet’ campaign. At the American Music Awards last November she wore a shirt with the message written on it.

Other artists who have pledged their support for the organisation include Foals, Savages and The 1975.

Elsewhere in Billie Eilish news, the singer’s highly-anticipated documentary, will arrive in theaters and on Apple TV+ in February. Directed by R.J. Cutler (The War Room, The September Issue), The World’s a Little Blurry will explore the young artist’s rise to fame, and offer a behind-the-scenes look at her life and career over the past few years.

Listen to the best of Billie Eilish on Apple Music and Spotify.

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  1. nyla

    October 26, 2020 at 6:54 pm

    hi billie eilse

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