Billie Eilish sings about a hopeless case in a new song. She directed the video for “Lost Cause” herself

The first single announcing Billie Eilish’s new album, “Your Power”, debuted at number 10 on the Billboard Hot 100, and amassed over 150 million streams in the two weeks since its premiere. In early 2021, Billie won two Grammy Awards: Record of the Year (“everything i wanted”) and “No Time To Die”. Fans are looking forward to the end of July, when the album “Happier Than Ever” will be released, and Billie warms up the atmosphere with the single “Lost Cause”.

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Billie Eilish gives a break from old love in “Lost Cause”

One can only guess who is the addressee of the words to “Lost Cause” – Billie gives a burn of old love, which turned out to be a hopeless case in the title. In the video, Eilish showed up with a group of friends – the girls have a great time, dance to the subtle R&B background of Finneas and do not think about shedding tears for their ex-sweetheart.

A few days before the premiere of “Lost Cause”, Billie announced the dates of the first installment of the concert tour, “Happier Than Ever, The World Tour” in North America, Europe and the UK. All concerts are already sold out. The seven-time Grammy-winning artist and composer also announced that she will continue her collaboration with REVERB during the tour. As part of Billie Eilish Action Village, each concert will provide an opportunity to deepen knowledge of climate action. The emission of harmful greenhouse gases during Billie’s concert tour is to be compensated or even exceeded by measures to reduce these gases. All this so that the tour promoting the album “Happier Than Ever” could have the status of Climate Positive.

In February, the documentary “Billie Eilish: The World Slightly Hazy”, directed by RJ Cutler, premiered on Apple TV +. In May, the artist’s book debut “BILLIE EILISH”, a delightful visual story about the life of a star, went on sale. The Polish publisher is SQN. Fans in the book can view hundreds of previously unpublished photos, personally selected by Billie.

“Happier Than Ever” on sale from 30th July.

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