Not A Drill: Billie Eilish Is Dropping New Music Tomorrow

"everything i wanted" is the first of two new tracks she's been teasing.

November 12, 2019

Emma McIntyre / Staff


Billie fans rejoice as tomorrow will mark the release of the rising icon's first new music since her lauded debut LP, 'When We Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?'. The 17-year-old alt star teased out a pair of tracks on her Instagram story, saying "Yes, I have two unreleased songs that are coming that you haven’t heard any of. Be patient, damn!”.  

The first of these, "everything I ever wanted" will arrive tomorrow, with the second coming at a still yet to be revealed date.  

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The arrival of new music echoes comments Eilish made during a recent appearance on Apple's Beats 1 with Zane Lowe, in which she revealed her, and brother Finneas are hard at work on new material. “We’re deep into the creative process on new material for sure”, she offered when plied. 

The news comes on the heels of Billie's confirmation that her track "Xanny" will be the next to receive an official video treatment, following the striking fallen angel visuals for "All The Good Girls Go To Hell".  Other happenings in Billie-land include the launch of her partnership with Global Citizens, helping to incentivize fans to combat climate change and other major issues with a shot at winning tickets to her upcoming first arena tour, which kicks off in March.  Three of those dates will grace the New York Metropolitan area with plays at MSG, Barclays, and Prudential Center.

Tune in tomorrow to catch the new track alongside the currently in rotation, "All The Good Girls Go To Hell", and revisit the aforementioned video, below.