Billie Eilish’s highly-anticipated second album is set to arrive this month and she is dropping a new track to prepare fans for the album.
Titled ‘NDA’, the song serves as the fifth single released ahead of her second studio album Happier Than Ever, which will be released on 30 July. The song is written by Eilish and her long-time collaborator and brother FINNEAS, with the latter solely producing the song.
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Depicting the singer’s struggles with fame and the spotlight, she sings: “Thirty under thirty for another year (Another year) / I can barely go outside, I think I hate it herе (Think I hate it here) / Maybе I should think about a new career / Somewhere in Kaua'i where I can disappear.”
The video, directed by the singer herself, features 25 stunt drivers going full-speed around Eilish at night, and it marks a departure from the light-hearted visuals from her previous Happier Than Ever singles. Watch it here:
To promote Happier Than Ever, Eilish has released ‘My Future’, ‘Therefore I Am’, ‘Your Power’, and ‘Lost Cause’. Her first three singles have reached the top 10 in the Billboard Hot 100, with ‘Therefore I Am’ reaching the second spot. Happier Than Ever serves as a follow-up to 2020's WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO?.
Stream 'NDA' here: