Billie Eilish announces debut album and shares new single ‘Bury a Friend’

The 14-track debut is due in March

Billie Eilish has announced details of her forthcoming debut album and released her latest single, ‘Bury A Friend’ – watch the video for the new track below.

The rising star’s debut LP, titled ‘When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?’, will follow her debut ‘Don’t Smile At Me’ EP and a string of standalone singles.

An Apple Music pre-order listing for the album reveals that it is expected to drop on March 29. Eilish has also shared the cover art: a photo of her with blank eyes sitting on the edge of a bed.


See the tracklist for ‘When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?’ below.

1 !!!!!!!
2 bad guy
3 xanny
4 you should see me in a crown
5 all the good girls go to hell
6 wish you were gay
7 when the party’s over
8 8
9 my strange addiction
10 bury a friend
11 ilomilo
12 listen before i go
13 i love you
14 goodbye

The 17-year-old artist teased the album’s latest single ‘Bury A Friend’ yesterday (January 29) with a short video clip that showed her head being gripped by numerous hands wearing black gloves. The full video for the song has been released this evening – check it out below.

The artist also released the song ‘When I Was Older’ earlier this month, which is on the soundtrack for the Oscar-nominated film Roma.


Earlier this month, Eilish was named as one of NME’s 100 best new artists for 2019 – and she told us about tackling online sexism, admitting that being a woman in the spotlight has made her more susceptible to trolls.

“If I was a guy and I was wearing these baggy clothes, nobody would bat an eye,” she said. “There’s people out there saying, ‘Dress like a girl for once! Wear tight clothes you’d be much prettier and your career would be so much better!’ No it wouldn’t. It literally would not.”