Billie Eilish Releases EP ‘Guitar Songs’ With Singles ‘TV’ And ‘The 30th’

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Singer and songwriter Billie Eilish released an extended play (EP) titled Guitar Songs featuring two tracks, TV and The 30th. Eilish had played the song TV live in June during her Happier Than Ever tour in the United Kingdom.

Billie Eilish said in a statement that she and her brother, who is also the producer and co-writer wanted to release the songs as soon as possible. She added that performing TV on tour was a highlight for the duo, so they took the audio from one of their live concerts and added it to the song. Eilish said during the live concert that TV was the first new song they played live before releasing the song in 2017 or 2018.

Eilish said, “I get shivers every time I hear it. I hope you love the songs and thank you for letting us share our music with you.”

Billie Eilish Guitar Songs

TV makes references to the Supreme Court’s reversal of Roe V. Wade. Eilish said that the lyrics “The internet’s gone wild watching movie stars on trial, while they’re overturning Roe v. Wade,” were written weeks before Roe v. Wade was officially overturned.

The 30th describes the aftermath of an accident and the relief felt when a loved one survives. It was the first song she wrote after writing the single Happier Than Ever, from the album with the same name.

Eilish told Apple Music that she wanted the new EP and its songs to release quickly, without any of the build-ups that often accompany any major-label release. The singer said she hopes to create a new album by 2023 and clarified that the songs in the EP Guitar Songs are the “only songs that we have”.

The 20-year-old Billie Eilish released her debut single Ocean Eyes in 2015. The single was written and produced by her brother Finneas O’Connell. The brother-sister artist duo have collaborated on music and live shows. Eilish released her first studio album titled When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? released in 2019.

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