Billie Eilish Reflects on Self-Growth on Sweet New Song 'My Future'

Kevork Djansezian  Getty Images Eilish is coming to save us with new music

Kevork Djansezian Getty Images Eilish is coming to save us with new music

The new song has been produced by her brother Finneas O'Connell, who often co-writes and produces Eilish's music.

According to reports, the video of the dreamy song is created by Australian artist Andrew Onorato. Billie dropped the soothing track with the video on YouTube, and you can not miss this one.

Billie Eilish, the enigmatic and broody princess of pop music, has simply dropped a new tune and animated music video for her newest monitor, "My Future", and fans can not get sufficient of it, with many claiming to already listening to the tune on loop. Whilst my future doesn't seem set for the chart-topping success of her single bad guy, it's proof Eilish is here to stay.

The 18-year-old pop superstar has followed up her Bond theme for "No Time To Die" with the "personal" new track recorded at the start of the coronavirus pandemic. "And I, I'm in love, But not with anybody else, Just wanna get to know myself".

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The song, which was recorded during the early days of lockdown, is really, really personal and special to me, Eilish told fans in an email.

"I'm mean it's cool but I just didn't have anything to base it on - never been to Ireland, ye know, I didn't know anything really". And if we do that, we should be hopeful and excited for our future. "I hope you may all discover that means in it for yourselves". The idea of loneliness is one that many of us know very well, as during this period of isolation we have spent a lot of time alone.

The last lyric of the song is, "I'll see you in a couple years", which could speak to Billie being open to different kinds of love later on in her life. She went from "I don't want to be you anymore" to "I'm in love with my future" and we can do the same!

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