AceShowbiz - Billie Eilish has been enjoying a very successful year following the release of her record-breaking first studio album "When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?". Before the year closes, the teen singer has decided to treat fans to a new single entitled "Everything I Wanted," a tribute to her brother and collaborator Finneas.
Arriving on Wednesday, November 13, the song puts a crystalline, watery spin on her signature vocal as she pays tribute to her sole musical collaborator. Singing about her love for her brother and his unending support, Billie rhymes in almost a murmur over a woozy piano medley, "If I could change the way that you see yourself/ You wouldn't wonder why/ They don't deserve you."
"Everything I Wanted" was recorded at Billie and Finneas' home studio in Highland Park, as well as on tour this past summer. The "Bad Guy" singer said of the song in a statement, "This song is one my brother and I wrote about each other. No matter what happens, we always have been and will be there to make it better."
It appears the newly-released song won't be the only track that fans get to hear from Billie. Earlier this month, she teased that she has at least one more new song on the docket in addition to the music video for "Xanny", one of the tracks from her debut album. It's still unclear whether the two new songs will be standalone singles or included on her upcoming project.
In the meantime, Billie is currently busy preparing for her upcoming world arena tour next year. The North American leg of the trek, which is dubbed "Where Do We Go? World Tour", is set to commence on March 9, 2020 in Miami, Florida and is set to conclude on April 11 Vancouver, Canada. After that, she will travel to countries in Latin America and Europe for the remainder of the tour.