Eilish Gilligan has returned to give us her second single of the year thus far, titled ‘Up All Night’.
To celebrate the song’s release, Gilligan will be a hosting a live-stream on her Twitch channel today at 1pm AEST, where she’ll be performing the track.
Listen to ‘Up All Night’ below.
In a press statement, Gilligan said ‘Up All Night’ is about “the snap decision to go out, to stay up all night, to replace lovers with friends, to dance with a room full of strangers and sweat, to take drugs, to scream along and to blackout from drinking and full-body exhaustion”.
Gilligan went on to explain that this is her “perfect version of that night”.
“[My] idea of the perfect version of myself; someone who is fun, and chaotic, and the life of the party – not who I am, which is anxious, chronically sad, and frightened of drugs and blacking out and making out with strangers.”
On collaborating with Lahey and Japanese Wallpaper, Gilligan said, “It was something I will never forget – I love those two incredibly talented people so much, and to write such a special song with them is something I will never take for granted”.
‘Up All Night’ is the first release Gilligan has made available on all streaming services since she dropped her 2020 EP, ‘Hospital’.