On March 29th, 2019, the album’s release date and official music video for the intro bad guy, were released. The video is colorful and rather lighthearted, contrasting the melancholy visuals that had accompanied the album beforehand. On April 24, 2019, Billie embarked on her third tour in support of the album, titled the When We All Fall Asleep, World Tour
The 17-year-old my draw sneers but her broken balladry, gaspy vocals and hip-hop-pop is part of a clear vision – and makes for a unique album.
Eilish's success is no fluke - When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? is a debut record that showcases a bold artistic vision and a willingness to move beyond the boundaries of pop conventions. The debut album from the meteoric pop star lives in a world of its own: gothic, bass-heavy, at turns daring and quite beautiful.
Where Do We Go" is a song by British recording artist, Jay Sean, taken from his mixtape album,The Mistress and is the mixtape's lead single. The song was produced by OFM production team J-Remy and Bobby Bass. Jay Sean asks "Where Do We Go" on the first release from his mixtape The Mistress featuring acoustic renditions of original songs and his spin on some beloved classics.
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From the opening line of hilarious opener "!," Eilish makes it clear that she is just like you, the listener, goofing off in the studio with her brother while she's supposed to be recording her major-label debut. As endearing as it is obnoxious, the track sets the tone and, from there, the album is a thrill. Bouncing from infectious dance-pop highs to tender, restrained lows, Eilish manages effortless cohesion, even within the span of a single song.
When she poses the question, When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? it’s a personal one: to make peace with the twisted, dystopian Gotham that’s become her reality, where there is no Batman to save her, Eilish writes herself into characters who toe the line between good-bad and cartoonishly evil . Take the glimmer of sincerity in the high-drama ballad When the Party’s Over, where she painstakingly wishes to be more than a party of one; or her latest single, Wish You Were Gay.