Billie Eilish released a brand new visual to promote her upcoming documentary.
On Monday (February 22), the 19-year-old pop star shared a live version of her track “Ilomilo," drawing more anticipation for her new passion project, Billie Eilish: The World's a Little Blurry, debuting this Friday. Eilish’s latest video release, recorded during her October 2019 performance at Houston’s Toyota Center, will appear in the new documentary.
The video itself features the teenager jumping up into the air in slow motion as her green-and-black-colored mane flares around her.
“The world's a little blurry / Or maybe it's my eyes / The friends I've had to bury / They keep me up at night / Said I couldn't love someone / 'Cause I might break / If you're gonna die, not by mistake," Eilish sings on the track.
“Ilomilo” comes off Eilish’s Grammy-winning debut studio album When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? As fans know, the song makes references to some of the artist's other tracks on the album including “Bury A Friend” and “Xanny.”
Speaking about the inspiration behind the record on Hot Ones in 2019, Eilish told host Sean Evans that "Ilomilo" alludes to a 2010 puzzle video game. As she explained, “The whole idea is the game, it’s just like, losing the person you love and then finding them again."
The World’s a Little Blurry will have its worldwide release on Apple TV+ on Friday, February 26, with a live premiere event launching the day before at 9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT via Apple TV and Eilish's YouTube channel.
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