Billie Eilish announced on Tuesday that her second album will be released on July 30 with the title “Happier Than Ever.”, which will take over from “When We All Fall Asleep Where Do We Go?” with which he won the Grammy for album of the year.
“This is the favorite thing I have ever created and I am very excited, nervous and looking forward to hearing it. I can’t even express it. I never felt so much love for a project”, The artist assured on her social networks, where she also confirmed that she will release a new song on Thursday.
The album will include the two singles he released last year, “Therefore I Am” and “My Future”, but he has left out his collaboration with Rosalía in “Lo vas a forget”.
“I don’t think I would have made the same album, not even the album, if it weren’t for the coronavirus. That doesn’t mean it’s about the coronavirus, not at all. It’s just that when things are different in your life, you are different, ”Eilish explained in an interview with Stephen Colbert in February.
The singer’s previous album was recorded in its entirety at her home in Los Angeles (USA) with her brother Finneas in the production.
At the 2020 Grammy Awards, Eilish made history by winning the four most important categories of these awards at the age of 18: Best New Artist, Record of the Year, Song of the Year and Record of the Year.
He was also one of the guest stars at the Oscars and has composed the theme for the future James Bond film, “No Time to Die,” which won the Grammy for best song written for audiovisual productions at the 2021 gala. .
In that last ceremony he also won the award for record of the year with “Everything I Wanted”, a consecutive triumph after “Bad Guy” achieved the same recognition in 2020.