Darkroom/Interscope Records artist Billie Eilish teams up with Vince Staples for her latest single titled “&burn”. The single which was produced by her brother Finneas O’Connell is a mellow, moody sombre track layered with booming drums and her unique hushed delivery. She also taps Vince to drop a solid verse for the culture. For the record, the 15 year old singer hit the mainstream with the release of her debut EP “dont smile at me” (Darkroom/Interscope Records) and sold-out tours across Europe, Australia, New Zealand and North America.
“&burn” is available on all digital platforms from today. Listen HERE .
With an appetite for the gliding, glassy indie-pop of artists like Aurora and Lana Del Rey and the Distorted Menace of Tyler the Creator and Earl Sweatshirt, Billie Eilish listens to music the way that most watch movies, entirely undefined by genre. This bleeds through into her own unique style of music, calling out lyrics with a mix of heartbreak and damaged indifference. Born and raised in Los Angeles by two actor/musician parents, Billie Eilish grew up surrounded by Art. She began singing in the Los Angeles Children’s Chorus when she was 8 years old. Now at the “seasoned” age of 14, Billie has begun releasing her own original material, Produced and Co-written by her Older brother Finneas O’Connell (Of The Slightlys). With songs like “Fingers Crossed”, telling an apocalyptic tale of a virus outbreak and the Song “Ocean Eyes” Calling out to a lost love, Billie’s voice and perspective roams far beyond her years in it’s emotion and power.