Kelia Anne MacCluskey
Billie Eilish is wait on, blonde, and bringing contemporary contemporary tunes. On Wednesday (June 2), the 19-300 and sixty five days-outdated pop principal person released the most contemporary single off her coming near album Happier Than Ever, “Lost Reason.”
The discover is a low-key empowerment anthem within the vein of TLC’s “No Scrubs” or Dua Lipa’s “Original Strategies,” by which Eilish tells off a would-be partner who “ain’t nothing nonetheless a lost trigger,” because the refrain asserts. “I know you think that you’re such an outlaw / However you bought no job,” she repeats in her signature disclose-esteem vocals over a unhurried-tantalizing, jazz-tinged beat.
“Lost Reason” dropped with a corresponding tune video, the build Eilish is joined in a Los Angeles mansion by a neighborhood of beige or blue sleepwear-clad backup dancers. The crew twerks on nightstands, eats Lay’s potato chips, and straddles a sport of Tornado, all whereas mouthing the lyrics to the tune, which used to be co-written by Eilish and her brother Finneas. The self-directed visual reads esteem a gossipy pajama occasion — no bum boys allowed.
The fourth single off Eilish’s coming near album Happier Than Ever, which is out July 30 by Darkroom/Interscope Files, “Lost Reason” grapples with identical themes as various contemporary releases. On this discover as on the dreamy “My Future,” the quippy issue-off “As a result of this truth I Am,” and the inclined “Your Energy,” Eilish is declaring her independence out of doorways relationships and institutions.
And he or she’s happier than ever doing so. “THIS IS ONE OF MY FAVORITES,” she wrote on Instagram of “Lost Reason” the day earlier than its free up. “AHHHHHHHH I CANT WAIT FOR YOU TO SEEE.” Happier Than Ever can be her sophomore album, following her Grammy-successful debut When We All Drop Asleep, Where Attain We Wander?