Billie Eilish has released her highly anticipated debut album, WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO? . Out now via UMA on all platforms worldwide, the album features global smashes ‘bury a friend’, ‘you should see me in a crown’, when the party’s over’, and ‘wish you were gay’, plus 10 previously unheard tracks including Billie’s latest single ‘bad guy‘.

WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO? comprises of fourteen tracks that materialise as ghostly genre-less pop projections of life’s firsts for the multi-platinum songstress as she ruminates on her first brushes with loss and love amidst the monsters under her bed and the triumphs at her feet.

“Nobody knows what the fuck dreams are, dude,” she exclaims. “You can’t give me a good enough answer as to what dreams are. Nobody can. Dreams are a big thing in my life though. They’ve always really occupied me. It’s all in the music.” One daydream manifested to set the stage for such provocation. Within three years since her 2015 debut, Billie quietly, yet unapologetically infiltrated the forefront of pop. Along the way, she and her chief collaborator, producer, multi-instrumentalist, and big brother Finneas O’Connell crafted what would become WHEN WE FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO?

keeping the creativity in-house, literally, they retreated back to Billie’s childhood home. Once again, they worked in Finneas’ bedroom—two feet from Billie’s room—where the songs not only came to life, but also all of the dreams. “There were a lot of opportunities and things I said, ‘No’ to,” she grins. “We had to do this album our way. I realized how lucky I am to have my brother in this. If I didn’t have him, I would have to figure out what the hell I was doing without someone else there with me!”

“I want people to listen,” she leaves off. “I want to be heard, and I want people to feel heard. Nothing on this album sounds the same, but it all adds up to a whole. Since I first started doing music, my life has changed a lot. One thing that hasn’t changed in my music is that I still just do me.”

Bille returns to Australia for a third time next month for a completely sold out run of headline dates and the national Groovin The Moo tour.  Her recently announced venue upgrades sold out instantly.



24 April – Spark Arena, Auckland | SOLD OUT
30 April – Hordern Pavillion, Sydney | SOLD OUT
03 May – Margaret Court Arena, Melbourne | SOLD OUT
07 May – Riverstage, Brisbane | SOLD OUT
10 May – Fremantle Arts Centre, Fremantle | SOLD OUT

Groovin the Moo dates
26 April – Groovin The Moo, Wayville
27 April – Groovin The Moo, Maitland
28 April – Groovin The Moo, Canberra
04 May – Groovin The Moo, Bendigo 
05 May – Groovin The Moo, Townsville
11 May – Groovin The Moo, Bunbury

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