Billie Eilish's latest interview is a reflection of her career and a reminder that most things aren't as they seem.
At the tender age of 16, Billie Eilish has experienced the kind of success that seasoned artists dream of.
The young songwriter has gained a following of millions —millions who look to her music in search of catharsis, and lyrics that explore various facets of human existence. Eilish, who has worked with artists Khalid and Vince Staples, explores themes that resonate with audiences around the world: pain, and love. She has been heralded for her haunting vocals, her dark aesthetic and her storytelling ability. Back in 2017, she told the BBC, "Lyrics are so important but they're really underrated. So many lyrics right now are just the same thing - "Oh, I love you but I'm sad because you don't love me and... blah". You can say that in a more interesting way."
Not too long ago, Eilish, dropped visuals her single, "when the party's over." To date, the video has gained 30 million views, with many viewers noting the artful, and meaningful visuals. In a recent interview released by Vanity Fair, Eilish answers the same questions she was asked a year ago when she was only 15; offering audiences a rare glimpse at her intimate thoughts. The "Ocean Eyes" singer touches on Instagram, touring, the state of the world, and life lessons.
Catch the video below.