For the release of Happier Than Ever, Billie Eilish pays a moving homage to her brother Finneas.
BILLIE EILISH debuted her second album, Happier Than Ever, today, before paying a heartfelt homage to her brother and musical collaborator Finneas.
For years, Billie Eilish and Finneas O’Connell have collaborated closely. To this day, the siblings have worked relentlessly on every song the band has ever published. Today, Billie’s legacy lives on with the release of Happier Than Ever, her second album, which has 16 songs. Billie shared a touching statement on her social media platforms to honor the occasion.
Happier Than Ever is available from Amazon for £11.99 on CD and £32.99 on Vinyl.
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“Happier Than Ever, my sophomore album is officially out,” Billie said to her 88.3 million Instagram followers. It’s too much for me to handle. This was the most rewarding, fulfilling, and profound musical experience I’ve ever experienced.
“I feel like Finneas and I were on cloud nine when recording this album. I adore every song on this project to the point where I’m terrified of releasing it into the world for anybody to hear.
“I’m in the mood to cry.” In the process of composing this album, I learned a lot about myself and had a lot of self-reflection. I wish I could re-create this CD since it was some of the most memorable evenings of my life.” (sic)
The 19-year-old singer then credited her brother, Finneas, for a significant portion of her success.
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“I adore you @finneas, thank you for being you,” Billie continued.
“I couldn’t have asked for a better brother and colleague; you are my entire world, and I couldn’t accomplish anything without you.” (sic)
“Anyway, I’m so happy and nervous and blaaah…,” she continued. Please look after my project; it is really important to me. ITTTT ITTTT ITTTT ITTTT ITTTT ITTTT ITTTT ITTTT ITTTT ITTTT ITTTT (sic)
Happier Than Ever appears to have done better than her debut album, When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?
Billie broke the world record for most pre-adds to users’ collections last week, according to Apple Music.
“Brinkwire Summary News” claimed more than the star.