On her Instagram Stories this Saturday, on the 17th of October, Billie Eilish answered some of her fans’ questions regarding her personal life as well as her career. Billboard picked up on the post from the Grammy winner in which she revealed she had a new song coming out.
One user, in all capital-letters, asked her, “NEW SONG???” Eilish responded concisely by saying there was a new track coming in November. Another person asked for her to give a color that resembled the song, and she said, “burnt sienna.” Other than that, Billie didn’t touch on any more details.
Fans of Eilish now it’s not surprising that she has new music coming out sometime in the next month and a half. For instance, on the 5h of October, Eilish said to Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show that she and her partner, Finneas, had been working on new music amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Eilish claimed that she and her brother probably wouldn’t have made the music otherwise, regarding the coronavirus pandemic and the subsequent lockdowns.
The star went on to say that a lot of terrible things have happened with the pandemic, but she and her brother feel lucky to have used the time for artistic purposes. Additionally, Billie said to the host of The Tonight Show that she and her collaborator have been working on many new songs, rather than just one.
Besides working on her music career, Eilish has also been getting a lot more politically active, including when she took to her Instagram Stories to show that she had cast her first ballot by mail. On the 1st of October, Billie took to her social media to encourage other 18-years-old to vote for the first time.
Billie has said previously that she doesn’t focus on politics often, but over the last year and a half, she has become a lot more engaged. Furthermore, the singer-songwriter has a new live-streamed concert coming up on the 24th of October.
Eilish, like many other performing artists, had to postpone her world tour on account of the coronavirus pandemic. Stars such as Justin Bieber and The Weeknd did the same thing.