Billie Eilish releases new video for all the good girls go to hell

Billie Eilish has shared the latest music video for her new song all the good girls go to hell.

She is release first When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? studio album on March 29, 2019. And this track also appears on Eilish’s album. Also, the music clip was shot in Los Angeles and directed by Rich Lee. In this music video, she appears large wings turn out and going down in the sky. When she lands on the Earth we lived in today dropped into oil and she is fighting for her freedom.

Billie Eilish shared the following statement about climate change:

Billie Eilish worried about climate change

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Eilish will be playing a lot of festivals and headlining tour dates. Also, she will be the musical guest Saturday Night Live‘s season opener on September 28th. Watch out the Billie Eilish – ‘all the good girls go to hell‘ video clip in below.

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