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Billie Eilish Sets Boundaries for Tour: No Three-Hour Concerts

Billie Eilish Sets Boundaries for Tour: No Three-Hour Concerts

Grammy-winning artist Billie Eilish has recently shared insights into her upcoming ‘Hit Me Hard and Soft’ tour, making it clear that while she is enthusiastic about performing, fans should not expect marathon concerts. In a candid chat on the Stationhead app, Eilish expressed her views on the trend of extended performances, stating, “I’m not doing a three-hour show, that’s literally psychotic.”

Billie Eilish announced her tour last April, with shows set to begin this September across North America, followed by dates in Australia, Europe, the U.K., and Ireland. The tour supports her latest album, ‘Hit Me Hard and Soft’, which was released on May 17. Reflecting on the album, Eilish opened up in a Rolling Stone cover story about how the project is a nod to her earlier musical era, specifically the time around her 2019 hit album. “I feel like this album is me,” Eilish shared. “It’s not a character. It feels like the When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? version of me. It feels like my youth and who I was as a kid.”

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Her collaborator and brother, Finneas, echoed this sentiment, noting that the album revisits many personal elements from their past music endeavors. “There’s ideas on this album that are five years old, and there’s a past to it, which I really like,” he stated. The duo has described the creation process as deeply collaborative and occasionally challenging. “Billie talks about the era of When We All Fall Asleep, it was this theatricality and this darkness. What’s the thing that no one is as good at as Billie is? This album was an exploration of what we do best,” Finneas explained.

With the album now available, both siblings have expressed immense pride in their work, with Finneas proclaiming it his “favorite thing I’ve ever been a part of making.” Meanwhile, Eilish took to social media to share her affection for the project, writing, “@finneas and I put so much into this album and have never ever ever loved something more.”