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Billie Eilish Releases New Single “watch” Today. Teases Debut EP

Billie Eilish has dropped yet another dazzling pop gem by the name of “watch,” out today worldwide on all digital platforms. Listen to the track HERE.

“The song is about letting go of someone toxic and moving on.” Explains Billie. “Setting your ex’s car on fire is a pretty horrible thing to do… but I can think of worse things.” She quips. “watch” was produced by her 19-year-old brother Finneas.

The new single comes hot on the heels of the release of her official video for the “Thirteen Reasons Why” Netflix Original soundtrack song “Bored” which premiered on Monday. Described as “stunning” and “artistic” by V Magazine, the video entered the GLOBAL TOP 50 most trending videos on Youtube this week and continues to garner tens of thousands of views. The song itself has received more than 7.5 MILLION STREAMS on Spotify while Eilish has collectively amassed an impressive 80+ MILLION COMBINED STREAMS of her music to date.

Recently the Los Angeles born, raised, based and home-schooled teen teased to fans that there is a debut EP in the works along with a North American tour soon to come. Follow Billie Eilish on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for more exclusive details to come.

Billie Eilish will be headlining The Courtyard in London on July 10th, which will mark her first ever show in the U.K. Tickets SOLD-OUT in a matter of days upon announcement, continuing to prove Billie to be the international pop-phenom that she is.

More tour dates to be announced soon.

“watch” is out now worldwide.

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