Billie Eilish is contributing to a major anti-cyberbullying campaign by offering her hit song ‘When The Party’s Over’ to the promotion.

Australian teenager Charlotte McLaverty has directed the
new online video ‘Are Your Words Doing Damage?’ in a but to counteract the rising number of reported cyberbullying cases.

The video is being used to raise money for Dolly’s Dream foundation, a charity launched in member of 14-year-old Amy ‘Dolly’ Everett who took her own life after struggling to deal with online bullying.

Trying to get maximum exposure, McLaverty reached out to Eilish in order to use her music for the clip: “We are so lucky!” she told Australian TV programme The Project.

“We played [Billie’s] songs on set to get the actors in character and everyone was like, ‘Oh my gosh, can we use her song?’,” She added. “So we went to her, and she was like, ‘Sure!’”

“[Billie’s] all about that type of stuff, which is amazing.”

See the video, below.

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