Billie Eilish Releases New Single “NDA” From Upcoming Album
Billie Eilish, the 19-year-old pop sensation, has dropped a new single titled “NDA” from her highly anticipated second album “Happier Than Ever”. The song, which was released on July 9, 2021, is the fifth track from the album and follows the previous singles “My Future”, “Therefore I Am”, “Your Power” and “Lost Cause”.
“NDA” is a dark and moody song that explores Billie’s struggles with fame and privacy, especially when it comes to her romantic relationships. She sings about having to make her lovers sign a non-disclosure agreement (NDA) to prevent them from leaking any information about her. She also expresses her desire to escape from the spotlight and live a normal life.
The song was written by Billie and her brother FINNEAS, who also produced it. The music video, which was directed by Billie herself, features her walking on a dark road while being surrounded by 25 stunt drivers in cars. According to Billie, the video was shot in one take and without any visual effects or stunt doubles.
“Happier Than Ever” is set to be released on July 30, 2021. The album will contain 16 songs and will showcase Billie’s growth as an artist and a person. Billie has described the album as “very personal and very close to my heart”. She has also announced a world tour for 2022 to support the album.
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Billie Eilish is one of the most popular and influential artists of her generation. She rose to fame in 2016 with her debut single “Ocean Eyes”, which went viral on SoundCloud. Since then, she has released several hit songs and won multiple awards, including seven Grammys, two Brit Awards and two American Music Awards. She is also known for her unique style and outspokenness on various issues, such as mental health, body image and climate change.
However, fame also comes with a price. Billie has faced many challenges and pressures as a young celebrity, such as dealing with stalkers, paparazzi, online trolls and unrealistic expectations. She has also struggled with depression, anxiety and Tourette syndrome. She has often expressed her frustration and sadness through her music and social media posts.
In an interview with Rolling Stone, Billie said that “Happier Than Ever” is a reflection of her emotional journey in the past few years. She said that the album is “a lot more honest” than her previous work and that it covers a range of topics, such as love, hate, abuse, power and self-worth. She also said that the album is “not all sad”, but rather “bittersweet”.
Billie hopes that her fans will enjoy and relate to her new music. She also hopes that they will respect her privacy and boundaries as a human being. She said that she is grateful for their support and love, but she also needs space and time to grow and heal.