Billie Eilish is writing a new song amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Billie Eilish is utilizing her time in home quarantine the best way she could by nurturing puppies and working on new music.
The singer struck up a conversation with Beats 1's Zane Lowe about introducing her father-daughter Apple Music show in a video posted to YouTube at the weekend, but they predominantly spoke about how she is feeling in quarantine.
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Eilish said, “I know that everybody, like the beginning of this really got to people. I didn’t really have that experience because I cheated. I rescued two puppies, or fostered two puppies. I was completely distracted.”
The 'bad guy' hitmaker revealed, “We’ve been in the ‘stu,’ which just means Finneas’ basement, basically. We actually, we wrote a whole song in its entirety — an entire song, which is kind of rare for us. I really love it. It was like exactly what I needed to say when we wrote it.”
The singer clearly misses traveling and getting on stage - "That feeling doesn't exist anywhere else." However, while she sits at home due to the coronavirus pandemic, she is trying to remain optimistic.
"Honestly, I feel great. The song I was talking about earlier that we wrote a couple weeks ago that felt so right was … I wish I could sing it for you, but I can’t. It was just about, there was this part in it — I needed to say this — which was I know I’m supposed to feel unhappy right now because of this break and because I’m not seeing anybody … I feel like there’s this kind of thing that I feel like is floating around of like you’re supposed to be missing people," said Eilish.
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The 18-year-old star added, "You’re supposed to be missing this person and be missing people in general. I kind of have this feeling of like, I miss my really close friends, I miss people, of course I do, but I also at the same time am liking the space. I’m liking that everybody can kind of grow right now. I hope that people are letting themselves grow instead of just reminiscing and wishing they were with other people."