• Billie Eilish has new music coming
  • She is trying to touch on new themes this time around
  • THIS is how she breaks it down

In an eye-opening revelation to 'Rolling Stone' magazine, Billie Eilish spills the beans on her latest musical venture, 'Hit Me Hard and Soft,' a gripping journey back to her authentic self, reminiscent of her debut album's raw essence. This Grammy-winning sensation is not just dropping an album; she's reintroducing herself to the world, and her fans are here for it!

A Nostalgic Trip Down Memory Lane

"It's me. Not a character," Eilish declares, shedding light on the profound personal connection she shares with her third album. Drawing parallels to her first musical masterpiece, 'When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?' she admits, "It feels like my youth." The whirlwind success of 2019 was a golden era for Eilish, sparking a desire to revisit those thrilling times through her latest work.

She explained that while her 2019 breakout was like a whirlwind of madness, it was still one of the best times of her life, which is why she revisited it for this album.

"This whole process has felt like I’m coming back to the girl that I was," Eilish continued. "I’ve been grieving her. I’ve been looking for her in everything, and it’s almost like she got drowned by the world and the media. I don’t remember when she went away."

The two-time Oscar-winning musician recounted that version of herself likely began disappearing in 2020, at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, when she was spending so much of her time alone. She dyed her hair blond and had no idea who she was, she shared.

She recorded her second album, 'Happier Than Ever,' in the months that followed, and while it received rave reviews, the singer noted it didn’t feel like her.

The journey wasn't without its trials. The transformation was more than just skin deep, as she experimented with her appearance and musical style, feeling out of sync with her essence. "I’ve been grieving her," Eilish shares, hinting at the profound search for her lost identity.

Finneas O’Connell, Eilish's brother and musical genius, reminisces about the turbulent times and the therapeutic role their music played. "It was a coping mechanism of an album," he comments on their previous work, emphasizing the healing and exploratory nature of 'Hit Me Hard and Soft.'

Eilish takes a bold stance against releasing singles ahead of the album drop, scheduled for May 17. "This album is like a family," she states, stressing the importance of experiencing the album in its entirety to grasp the full context of her artistic vision.

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Riding high on the success of her emotional 'Barbie' hit, "What Was I Made For?" Eilish continues to dominate the awards scene, becoming the youngest double Oscar winner in history. Her unparalleled talent and unique voice have set her apart in the music industry, promising that 'Hit Me Hard and Soft' will be another feather in her already crowded cap.