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Billie Eilish releases new song 'Everything I Wanted'

Billie Eilish has returned with her first new material since the release of her landmark debut album with ‘Everything I Wanted’.

Eilish, who is planning to follow-up the release of her debut album When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? with two brand new songs, has previewed the first of the impending new tracks and it’s a slowed-down version of what her fans have become used to.

Having been busy on a huge arena tour of the record, which also included major festival appearances at the likes of Coachella, Reading & Leeds and Glastonbury, Eilish returned to the studio to work on new material which has been co-created with her brother Finneas O’Connell.

Last month, while appearing on Zane Lowe‘s Apple Music, Eilish’s songwriting partner O’Connell, confirmed plans to release new tracks: “We’re deep into the creative process on new material for sure,” he said.

Well here it is:

In other Eilish-related news, the 17-year-old singer has confirmed plans to work with Global Citizen in a bid to combat the growing effects of climate change by offering her fans free tickets for the work they do through the organisation’s Rewards platform.

The ‘Bad Guy’ singer had recently spoken of her desire for her latest tour—the upcoming ‘Where Do We Go’ world tour—to be as eco-friendly as possible to align with the singer’s values.

Now, the singer, who has recently cut a new live album at the illustrious Third Man Records, is going one step further and offering her fans a way to earn tickets by taking action to fight climate change through Global Citizen.

Officially announcing the collaboration on her official Twitter page, Eilish said: “I teamed up with a great organisation called Global Citizen to help come up with a way to earn tickets to the ‘Where Do We Go’ tour.”

The singer then directed people to her very own Global Citizen page which offers more information on a range of different ways to take action. She ends the video simply, “We can tackle these challenges and create a more sustainable world.”