Published: Sat, December 07, 2019
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

Billie Eilish's video song Xanny released, fans go gaga

Billie Eilish's video song Xanny released, fans go gaga

Some on social networking are known as the anti-smoking video "triggering" and "disturbing". "Recycled, poisonous breath, i might include". The simple brown hue is a far cry from her neon-orange roots with jet-black tips or the mullet cut she's been sporting lately, but it is as close to her natural hair color as fans have seen from Eilish since her rise to fame.

"I just love the thought of glorifying individuals's biggest fears", she told NPR. "Truthful life? Nothing could be truthful when you're being handled like a product, whether or not it's an industrial dairy farm or a small household owned dairy farm who "cares for his or her animals" when earnings are concerned, they'll't deeply take care of the animals, they care about their investments, their PROFITS", Billie ranted below an Instagram put up shared in June.

"Everything is really important that it's all real to me", she told NPR earlier this year, adding that she hates when everything is CGI. She also revealed that the song has been directed by herself. "You know, people are freaked out by needles, people are freaked out by things under the bed". You know, some people just love terrible people.

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But some on personal had been anxious that the video clip could possibly be too "dark" for the singer's younger followers - and perhaps motivate all of them to mimic the singer.

"It was so weird, I was just like, 'What? This is normal?'" she said. "'That's regular for your needs men.' Watching my buddies come to be totally perhaps not which these people were". She was also nominated for six Grammy's including the coveted "Album Of The Year" award for her album, "When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?".

The video ends with Billie getting up from the bench she sat the whole duration of the video and invisible mouths are blowing out smoke until it engulfs the whole screen. Listen to what you want and don't embarrass others for not doing it.

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