Tag: Billie Eilish

The Best Albums of 2021

25 records that helped us reorient ourselves to the outside world.

Billie Eilish Will Join Danny Elfman for “The Nightmare Before Christmas” Live-to-Film Concert

The two shows are planned for October 29 and 31 at Banc of California Stadium.

Billie Eilish, “Happier Than Ever”

Eilish’s sophomore album looks inward to reckon with the aftershocks of her breakneck ascent.

Billie Eilish Throws a Sleepover Party in Video for New Track “Lost Cause”

The single is the latest to arrive ahead of “Happier Than Ever”’s July 30 release date.

Governors Ball Reveals 10th Anniversary Festival Lineup

Billie Eilish, A$AP Rocky, and Post Malone will headline the NYC fest in September.

Billie Eilish’s New Single Shows That Abuse of Power Is a Slow, Heavy Kill

“Will you only feel bad if it turns out that they kill your contract?,” she sings on “Your Power.”

Billie Eilish Is “Happier Than Ever” Announcing Her Sophomore Album

Expect a new single April 29.

The 2021 Grammys Attempted To Make Amends, But Only Made the Ceremony Feel Less Significant

Go girl, give us nothing!

Billie Eilish, Green Day, and Tame Impala to Headline Life Is Beautiful Festival

The festival is scheduled to take place in Las Vegas during September 17-19.

Grammy-Nominated Artists Phoebe Bridgers and CHIKA Share New Spotify Singles

CHIKA takes on Billie Eilish, while Bridgers covers the late John Prine.

Shamir Shares Fantastic Cover of Billie Eilish’s “Ocean Eyes”

It’s his first release since his self-titled album, which dropped last October.

Saving America: Billie Eilish, Eminem, Janelle Monáe, and More Inspire the Vote 2020

Artists across the country are mobilizing voters to help keep democracy alive.

Introducing the Billie Eilish Ukulele

In a very 2020 turn of events, Gerard Way of My Chemical Romance just might make a record with it.

FLOOD’s Guide to Record Store Day 2020 Part 1: Bowie, Gorillaz, Denzel Curry, and More

RSD’s pandemic-necessitated three-part event kicks off this weekend—we talked to co-creator Michael Kurtz about what to expect, as well as preview twelve releases we’re excited for.

Grammy Museum Announces Digital Exhibit Series with Billie Eilish, Yola, and More

The quarantine-friendly series will also include past exhibits.

LISTEN: Billie Eilish Drops New James Bond Theme “No Time to Die”

Shook, not stirred.

WATCH: Billie Eilish Brings “Bad Guy” and “You Should See Me in a Crown” to “Austin City Limits”

The current Grammy queen will also be taking her talents to the Oscars this year.

Eddie Van Halen’s Son Shuts Down Billie Eilish Hate

Wolfgang Van Halen responds to the wild Billie vs. VH debate raging across social media. 

PLAYLIST: Jenny Owen Youngs’ Night Songs

Youngs shares fourteen tracks she looked to for inspiration on her nocturnal new EP.

Billie Eilish Calls Out Nylon for Bizarre Cover Shot

The singer made her feelings plain about the manipulated image. 

Billie Eilish Has Knocked LiL Nas X Out of Number One

“Bad Guy” just took the top spot away from reigning king “Old Town Road.”

LIVE, IN PHOTOS: Billie Eilish’s “When We All Fall Asleep” World Tour at Chicago’s United Center

The seventeen-year-old singer easily sold out the spacious 18k-capacity arena.

LISTEN: Billie Eilish’s “bad guy” Gets Remixed by Freedom Fry

The anti-pop hitmaker takes a spin on the dark disco dance floor. 

Billie Eilish, Janelle Monáe, Vampire Weekend, and More Set for Life Is Beautiful 2019

Maggie Rogers, Carly Rae Jepsen, Lil Wayne, and Toto will also rock the Vegas fall music fest.

WATCH: Billie Eilish Wants You to Look Inside Her Mind

The first of a three-part YouTube series gives fans an intimate look at the pop star’s creative process.

Sounds Like Christmas: The 2018 Holiday Playlist

’Tis the season to search tirelessly for Christmas and holiday songs that won’t drive you and yours completely crazy. Not to worry—FLOOD has it handled for ya.

LIVE, IN PHOTOS: Outside Lands 2018

Eleven years after its debut, the Golden Gate Park extravaganza continues to push away the fog.

Lollapalooza 2018: The Youth Shall Set You Free

As the Chicago-set music festival ages, its audience appears to be getting younger.


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