Billie Eilish has finally released ‘Happier Than Ever,’ after weeks of promo leading up to one of the most anticipated albums of 2021.
Now, some have even said in Billie’s comments that they felt she’s fallen off with her newest single “NDA,” but I’m sure that those feelings will change once they listen to this album in full. While some may not like the diversity of the album, ‘Happier Than Ever’ shows the range that Billie Eilish truly has.
So far, we’ve heard the tracks “My Future,” “Lost Cause,” “NDA,” and “Therefore I Am,” but listening to the album in order seems to give some sort of connectivity. Despite all of the songs not necessarily having a similar sound or flowing, tracks like “Oxytocin” shows that the very-now-grown Billie Eilish has a lot of styles we’ve not dipped our toes into just yet.
Check out the sultry, sassy, and sexy new album on all streaming services now!
Time will tell if some of the newest gripes about Eilish will hurt the streaming numbers or sales of the album. Some consider Billie Eilish to have used queer bating to get people interested in the “Lost Cause” music video, getting super friendly with her dancers, and this album comes out not long after Eilish had to apologize for a video of her that resurfaced where she mouths a racial slur during a Tyler, The Creator song.
Eilish’s ‘Happier Than Ever’ was postponed during the pandemic, and the dates have been rescheduled, most with “sold out” next to the name. See if your city is still available below.
BILLIE EILISH TOUR DATES
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