Billie Eilish Gives Enchanting TV Live Performance From Singapores Cloud Forest

Aside from ‘TV’, the Grammy winner and her older brother FINNEAS deliver a live performance of ‘The 30th’ at the Cloud Forest and both visuals are directed by Singaporean director Choann.

AceShowbizBillie Eilish‘s “TV” live performance is a must-watch. In the newly-released visuals, the “Bad Guy” hitmaker can be seen singing the new track in the Cloud Forest at Gardens by the Bay in Singapore.

The Grammy-winning songstress is not alone in the clip. She’s joined by her multi-talented brother, FINNEAS. “I don’t wanna talk right now/ I just wanna watch TV/ I’ll stay in the pool and drown/ So I don’t have to watch you leave,” she sings in the gloomy verse.

Aside from “TV”, Billie and FINNEAS deliver a live performance of “The 30th”. Both visuals are directed by Singaporean director Choann and filmed in partnership with the Singapore Tourism Board.

Speaking of the videos, Billie said in a statement, “Singapore was one of the first places I ever went on tour. I was only there for a day and absolutely fell in love with it.” She added, “The Cloud Forest is one of the most beautiful places I’ve ever seen in my life. These two songs really are just very important to me in a lot of ways.”

“I feel really connected to them and very personally protective over them, and I wanted to have some sort of piece with the songs that felt really intimate and personal,” she added. “It just felt really comfortable to do it in a place as beautiful at the Cloud Forest.”

About “The 30th”, it was the first track that Billie wrote following her second studio album, “Happier Than Ever”. “That’s why it’s called ‘The 30th’ because something happened on November 30th, and it had just been the most indescribable thing to have to witness and experience. I had been writing down all these thoughts that I was having,” she shared.

“I was with FINNEAS, and I was like, ‘I’m sorry, I don’t know what you were planning on doing, but we need to write this song about this right now,’ ” the “No Time to Die” hitmaker elaborated further.

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