Listen to Billie Eilish’s latest new track ‘Wish You Were Gay’

The latest preview of her upcoming debut record

Billie Eilish has released her latest new single ‘Wish You Were Gay’, which is taken from her upcoming debut album.

The rising star promised fans recently that the track would emerge today (March 4), and she’s since made good on her word with the song’s release this evening.

“Don’t say I’m not your type, just say I’m not your preferred sexual orientation,” Eilish sings on the track – which you can now hear below.

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Meanwhile, Eilish recently discussed how her experiences with crippling night terrors had shaped the sound of her debut album.

The singer, who will release ‘When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?’, told Zane Lowe: “The album is basically what happens when you fall asleep. For me, in every song in the album there’s sleep paralysis. There’s night terrors, nightmares, lucid dreams.”

Eilish went on to describe how she had suffered with night terrors herself: “I’ve always had really, really bad night terrors. I’ve had sleep paralysis five times. All my dreams are lucid so I control them.

“I know that I’m dreaming what I’m dreaming, so I don’t even know. Sometimes I’ll have dreams where the thing that was in my dream will happen the next day. It’s so weird. Its’ so weird.”

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Last week, she also revealed that she was keen on a collaboration with Rosalia.

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