Vandaag gaat de video in première van ‘All The Good Girls Go To Hell’. Met deze single, die gaat over de klimaatverandering, staat Billie Eilish intussen bij de beste tien van de TOP 40. Het is de follow up van ‘Bad Guy’, dat zomaar eens kan uitgroeien tot de grootste hit van 2019, hier bij Hitzound. Beide songs vind je terug op Billie`s debuutplaat ‘When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?’

Billie’s broer en producer Finneas over het idee achter het nummer: “If there were a God and a Devil, if you believe that there are, the idea that humans have made such a mes of the planet that they’re both talking to each other like, “What’s going on? Why did they do all of this?” That was an appealing concept. “Big hills burn in California.” We grew up here, and one thing about California as a state is that we don’t really have extreme weather in general. There are hurricanes and floods and shit, and we sometimes have earthquakes, but a lot of the time, the natural disasters are not in our backyard. In the last two years, there have been these horrendous wildfires. You could just look out the window and see the skyline on fire. I had this feeling of, Oh, we kinda did this.” Especially because, I think, one or both of those fires were man-made, which is so scary.”



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