NUMBER ONE ALBUM, WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO?, BREAKS NUMEROUS GLOBAL RECORDS IN FIRST WEEK INCLUDING THE BIGGEST SELLING DEBUT ALBUM OF THE DECADE FOR ANY MALE, FEMALE OR GROUP IN NORTH AMERICA


TAKASHI MURAKAMI VIDEO COLLABORATION FOR “you should see me in a crown” NOW OUT ON YOUTUBE

LIMITED EDITION 7” BILLIE EILISH X MURAKAMI FIGURE NOW AVAILABLE

“Billie Eilish Redefines Teen-Pop Stardom on a Haunted, Heartfelt Debut Album.” - The New York Times

“A Pop Star Is Born.” - Billboard

“Already an album of the year frontrunner.” - Variety

“Billie Eilish is the poster child for a new pop generation — a generation that bucks the conventional prerequisite of a debut album to begin one’s ascent to stardom.” - Consequence of Sound

“Thrilling Gen Z terror-pop.” - Guardian

“The young prodigy calls to mind Fiona Apple, Nine Inch Nails and Chromatics, a form-shifting pop star tailor-made for these times.” - NPR

“daring and quite beautiful.” - Pitchfork

"Noir pop with teeth." - Rolling Stone Magazine

"Eilish isn't just someone to fear. She's someone to root for." - Rolling Stone Magazine

“Eilish proves she’s got the range — and should be taken seriously as an artist with perspective and musical chops, not just a trend.” - TIME Magazine

“The artistry of Billie Eilish is shaping a generation.” - V Magazine

18 April 2019 (Toronto, ON) - Billie Eilish continues to shatter the ceiling in music with the release of her NUMBER 1 debut album WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO?. Released on Darkroom/Interscope Records/Universal Music Canada, the country’s leading music company, on March 29, her critically acclaimed full-length reached #1 in North America, UK, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Netherlands, Belgium, Ireland, Sweden, Norway, Finland and many more, and is now the biggest debut of the decade (male, female or group) in North America and the second-biggest of 2019 for any album, shifting 313,000 units in the first week. The debut full-length has surpassed 1.3 billion Spotify streams globally, 250 million+ on Apple Music, debuting at #1 in 70 countries on Apple and 60 across the world on iTunes, and is currently the most ever pre-added album since the music platform launched. Listen to WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO? HERE.

Last weekend, the 17-year-old global superstar performed to tens-of-thousands of fans in the desert at Coachella Festival. Again, receiving praise across the board for her stellar live performance. Guest Vince Staples joined her on-stage as she performed songs from her album for the very first time, ahead of her forthcoming SOLD OUT WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP WORLD TOUR.

Today, Billie Eilish and legendary Japanese contemporary artist Takashi Murakami made their video collaboration for “you should see me in a crown” available worldwide on YouTube. Mutual fans of each other’s work, Eilish and Murakami met in Japan during her tour in 2018 and soon began working on this incredible piece of anime using special motion capture technology and incorporating Billie’s popular BLOHSH character and apparel, as well as Murakami’s iconic Flowers. Murakami reveals: “8 months from start to finish, I sprinted throughout the production process with my animation team striving to realize Billie’s vision in an unprecedented way.” Billie continues, “Murakami is an incredible visionary. It was such an honor to collaborate with him and have our brains and our worlds collide for this video.” Watch HERE.

Also launched this week, a very special limited edition 7” vinyl Billie Eilish x Murakami figure. Available HERE.


On the heels of her impressive debut album release, Billie Eilish made special guest appearances on The Ellen DeGeneres Show as performer and talking guest, as well as Jimmy Kimmel Live!


Billie Eilish – WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO?:

  1. !!!!!!!
  2. bad guy
  3. xanny
  4. you should see me in a crown
  5. all the good girls go to hell
  6. wish you were gay
  7. when the party’s over
  8. 8
  9. my strange addiction
  10. bury a friend
  11. ilomilo
  12. listen before i go
  13. i love you
  14. goodbye

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