Billie Eilish has shared a new single titled ‘NDA’.
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The latest track to be lifted from Eilish’s forthcoming album ‘Happier Than Ever’ ahead of its arrival on July 30 moves between sparse, hypnotic verses and big refrains anchored by a heavy sub bass. “You couldn’t save me, but you can’t let me go,” Eilish sings on the chorus.
‘NDA’ arrives alongside a self-directed video that shows Eilish slowly pacing down a dark road as 25 stunt drivers in speeding cars swerve past her as the chorus kicks in.
According to a press release, the clip was shot in one take, and used no stunt doubles or VFX for the cars. Watch that below:
‘NDA’ is the fifth song to be shared from ‘Happier Than Ever’ ahead of its release. It follows this year’s ‘Your Power’ and ‘Lost Cause’, as well as ‘My Future’ and ‘Therefore I Am’, both of which were released in 2020.
Eilish is reportedly working with the BBC ahead of the release of ‘Happier Than Ever’. Last month, Polydor co-president revealed in an interview that the pop star had “big plans with the BBC” for the album. No further details have been confirmed at present.
Meanwhile, Eilish recently reflected on the making of her debut album ‘When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?’, saying she “hated every second” of making it. “I hated writing,” she said. “I hated recording. I literally hated it. I would’ve done anything else. I remember thinking there’s no way I’m making another album after this. Absolutely not.”