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18-year-old Billie Eilish grabs album, song, record and new artist of the year at the 2020 Grammy Awards.
Billie Eilish released a new song and self-directed video for “Lost Cause,” the latest single off her upcoming album “Happier Than Ever,” out July 30.
In the video, Eilish parades around the house with an entourage of friends, twerking, shooting water guns and snacking on potato chips. Produced by brother Finneas, the song, a sassy conviction against a lousy ex-boyfriend, sees Eilish at her most confident.
“I used to wish you were mine, but that was way before I realized someone like you would always be so easy to find,” the seven-time Grammy winning artist croons over a slinky bass line and laid back drum beat. The song is less laid back than her other recent singles like “Therefore I Am” and “Your Power,” and more in the vein of her Grammy-sweeping debut full-length, “When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?”
“Lost Cause” follows the announcement of Eilish’s arena tour, “Happier Than Ever, The World Tour,” which has sold out on all dates of the first leg in North America, Europe and the United Kingdom.
See the tracklist for “Happier Than Ever” below:
01. Getting Older
02. I Didn’t Change My Number
03. Billie Bossa Nova
04. my future
07. Lost Cause
08. Halley’s Comet
09. Not My Responsibility
11. Everybody Dies
12. Your Power
14. Therefore I Am
15. Happier Than Ever
16. Male Fantasy
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