Billie Eilish Teams Up with Vince Staples for New Song “&burn”

Billie’s newest ballad touches on loss and memories never made, accented by featured artist Vince Staples.

Darkroom/Interscope Records artist Billie Eilish has released her latest track “&burn” worldwide. Studded with heartbeat-like drums and carried on muted, airy vocals, “&burn” evokes a morose inner-monologue whose outcome is left the listener to guess between devastation and redemption.  The new track was produced by her brother Finneas O’Connell and features American west-coast rapper Vince Staples.  “&burn” is available on all digital platforms.

If we were meant to be, we would have been by now.

2017 has seen 15-year-old Billie Eilish rise to international acclaim with the release of her debut EP “dont smile at me”, sold-out tours across Europe, Australia, New Zealand and North America, and being touted as Apple’s UP NEXT Artist, VEVO’s 2018 Artist To Watch on dscvr and listed as part of the UK’s BBC’s Sound of 2018 poll.

This month, Billie Eilish also announced her 2018 North American WHERES MY MIND tour, which went on to sell-out in under an hour. Earlier, the Los Angeles born artist announced an additional NYC date to her upcoming tour, as well as a venue upgrade in Boston – both have since completely sold out.

Adding to ascension, Billie Eilish was the special co-host guest on Charli XCX’s Candy Shop Beats1 show; additionally, her good friend, Grammy-nominated Khalid, added fuel to the ever growing and global ‘Billie-mania” by posting a stunning cover of Billie’s “idontwanttobeyouanymore.”

Earlier this fall, Billie Eilish made her live daytime television debut when she stopped by MTV’s TRL in New York City to perform a jaw-dropping rendition of her viral hit, “Ocean Eyes.” Eilish also made her late night television debut on CBS’ The Late Late Show with James Corden.


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