Billie Eilish may have just started singing, but she is already one of the most talked-about teens on the planet. The American singer and songwriter presents her first album When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? with sold-out concerts in many of the tour stops, including Madrid.
Billie Eilish is without a doubt the new post-millennial alternative pop star. The release of her first EP Don’t Smile at Me catapulted her into stardom and her songs become viral hours after their release.
The song Bury a friend, one of the early releases of her first LP When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?, reached nº 1 on digital alternative Bilboard chart in a matter of days. We should also mention her hit single When I Was Older inspired in the acclaimed film Roma by Alfonso Cuarón.
California-bred singer/songwriter Billie Eilish crafts genre-blurring outcast anthems that bridge the gap between ethereal indie electronic and dark alternative pop. With angsty, introspective lyrics that don’t shy away from issues of mental health, she endeared herself to a devoted audience during her breakthrough years in the late 2010s when she was still just a teenager.
Born and raised in Los Angeles, Eilish grew up in a household of actors and musicians and was home schooled along with her brother Finneas O’Connell. At the age of eight, she joined the Los Angeles Children’s Choir, developing the soulful vocals that would later appear on her early singles. Eilish made her breakthrough with Ocean Eyes (2015), produced and co-written with her brother Finneas and released by Interscope.
Every step she takes is a great success that has brought her millions of viewers on major streaming platforms and a legion of fans in each concert.