At just 17 years old, LA singer-songwriter Billie has already achieved more than any of us hope to in a lifetime. She's officially the first artist born this millennium to achieve both a number-one album and single. Her record-breaking album When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? is currently North America's best-selling 2019 album. Billie wowed audiences with a Saturday Night Live performance, providing a typical Eilish twist during Bad Guy when she started walking on the stage's walls and ceiling.
Billie raises the roof at SNL this Saturday
A lot has changed since Billie released her first ballad, Ocean Eyes, in 2015. The single went viral on Soundcloud, and was soon re-released by Interscope (Lana Del Rey, Lady Gaga). It has over 130 million streams on Spotify, and 55 million on YouTube. Other world hits include singles You Should See Me in a Crown and When the Party's Over. Billie designed the disturbing music video for When the Party's Over by filming her mother in her back garden. In the video, ink oozes from the singer's eyes as she stares into the camera.
Not only is Billie a worldwide musical sensation, but she's also a leading environmental activist. Her official music video for All the Good Girls Go to Hell was a call to act on climate change. Her upcoming world tour partners with non-profit organisation REVERB, encouraging an eco-conscious backdrop both on stage and backstage. Water stations and a Billie Eilish Eco-Village are available at every show, providing information about combatting the environmental crisis.
Tickets go on sale on 4 October, but you can register now for pre-sale – if you buy Billie's album When We Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? from her official site.
|What||Billie Eilish Where Do We Go, O2|
|Where||O2 Arena, Peninsula Square , SE10 0DX | MAP|
|Nearest tube||North Greenwich (underground)|
26 Jul 20 – 27 Jul 20, 6:30 PM – 12:00 AM
|Website||Click here for more information and presale tickets|