Billie Eilish

WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO?

2019

This album was released 16 weeks ago.

83% ±11% 14 reviews
# Song 4WIM
1 !!!!!!!
2 bad guy
3 xanny
4 you should see me in a crown
5 all the good girls go to hell
6 wish you were gay
7 when the party's over
8 8
9 my strange addiction
10 bury a friend
11 ilomilo
12 listen before i go
13 i love you
14 goodbye
Rating Source
83% 4WIM Rating
100% New Musical Express This line of thought, among many, is something that is becoming routine when the name Billie Eilish is mentioned.
100% Gaffa (Sweden) Att få en ironisk och otålig generation att älska välproducerade ballader i en udda tappning kräver ett geni. Så skapar du ett oväntat album med alternativa referenser perfekta för året som är 2019.
93% Consequence of Sound It’s a bold title that invites us to consider the dark, perhaps monstrous, thoughts and emotions that hide just under the surface.
90% Clash Although dubbed as a pop act, to confine Billie Eilish to any specific brand of music would be doing her craft a disservice, as she defies any kind of label or categorisation with her transient use of genres.
85% The Line of Best Fit
83% Svenska Dagbladet
83% Nöjesguiden Undantaget balladen When The Party’s Over, som skulle kunna vara skriven av vilken av de två som helst, landar den här plattan närmare emo, rock och hiphop än Lordes radiopop någonsin gjort.   Billie, född i Los Angeles på den här sidan millennieskiftet (!) gör sin musik tillsammans med sin äldre bror Finneas O'Connell, och personligen saknar jag lite av det spröda, ömtåliga och genuina som återfinns i deras tidigare spår.
80% Irish Times The sole grievance from the 14 tracks is the fleeting infantile cadence on the appropriately titled eighth track 8, which, fortunately, goes away after the introductory verse.
80% Exclaim! Music By Matt Bobkin Published Mar 29, 2019 8 Billie Eilish doesn't care if she alienates you, and that's why her debut album kicks off with the sound of her Invisalign trays being slurpily sucked out of her mouth.
80% The Guardian
80% The Telegraph
80% DIY Magazine Yet now, with the unbelievably hyped release of debut LP ‘When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?’, is the time when music’s biggest secret superstar goes fully above ground.
67% Earbuddy What initially drew me to Billie Eilish before discovering she’s somewhat a big deal on the Internet was that cool, creepy cover art to her debut record.
60% Loud & Quiet If the last 1975 record was supposed to be a defining musical moment for millennials, then Los Angeles native Eilish – still only seventeen – clearly fancies her chances of producing something similar for Generation Z.