Billie eilish, the absolute winner of the last awards Grammy, will release this week the single “Therefore I Am”, a song that could be the advancement of the successor of his acclaimed album “When We Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?”.
The song seems to have a clear philosophical inspiration, from the title itself (“Therefore I Am”, “Therefore I am”) to its cover, in which a classic-style white bust is broken in reference to Rene Descartes, author of the famous “I think, therefore I am”.
“I am very nervous about this issue”, The artist has assured on her social networks.
Meanwhile, his brother and regular producer, Finneas, increased the expectation: “It is bad that I say it but this song is amazing.”
With her usual discretion, Eilish has hardly given details of her new compositions, although of the three single singles she has published since she released her first album, this is the one that points the most as a possible advance of a more extensive work.
This summer, the artist premiered “My Future”, a song composed entirely during confinement in which it put aside its more electronic side and opted for a more organic sound, which at the beginning seems like a piano ballad and towards the middle it awakens with rhythms closer to R&B with a cadence between funk and jazz.
Earlier this year he released “No Time To Die”, the soundtrack for the next James Bond film, which could not be released due to the coronavirus and which took over from “Everything I Wanted”, released at the end of 2019.
At the last Grammys, Eilish did history by winning at the age of 18 the four most important categories of these awards: best new artist, album of the year, song of the year and recording of the year.
He was also one of the Oscars guest stars and was one of the most popular public support for the campaign of the president-elect of the United States Joe Biden.