Hitmaker, ‘Therefore, I’ ve previously revealed that her brother and collaborator Finneas brought her to The Strokes, and she has once again praised the music of the New York indie group and the songwriting talent of their lead singer.
The 19-year-old megastar announced that she would repeat her latest 2020 album “The New Abnormal” while riding a bike.
Speaking to the New York Times for her ‘My Ten’ series, she said, “When I first found the album, I went on a lot of bike rides.
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“I played the whole album on my speaker backpack and drove through random neighborhoods and it was always sunny and airy and pretty and green.
“Julian Casablancas is a genius every time I hear his lyrics. I think I would never say that. That’s what I love about them, they are so unexpected but also relatable. Every single song is good. “
Elsewhere, the Grammy winner revealed that idol Frank Ocean’s acclaimed 2016 LP ‘Blonde’ is helping her relax.
She said, “When I got a plaster cast out of my head for a photoshoot for the cover of Garage magazine a few years ago, I played Frank Ocean for the entire hour so I wouldn’t have a panic attack.
“I didn’t meet him, but I don’t expect him to ever come near me. He can stay to be God in the clouds. “
Meanwhile, Billie prepares for the premiere of her Apple TV + documentary, “Billie Eilish: The World Is a Little Blurry” this week.
A press release said the RJ Cutler-directed documentary “tells the true coming-of-age story of the singer-songwriter and her rise to global superstar … the documentary offers a deeply intimate glimpse into this extraordinary teenager’s journey in just 17 years old, navigating life on the street, on stage and at home with her family while she wrote her debut album ‘When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?’ writes, records and publishes. “