In Billie's words
Inside the creative process with Billie Eilish and Solo Pro

In Billie's words
Inside the creative process with Billie Eilish and Solo Pro

In Billie's words
Inside the creative process with Billie Eilish and Solo Pro

Every song starts with something I need to say, but finding the right way to say it requires space, you know. Not physical space—we have written and recorded all our songs in my brother’s very small bedroom—but mental space.

That’s what I love about my Solo Pro. They’ve got Noise Cancelling, so I can create the space where I can really focus on the things I want to focus on.

Every song starts with something I need to say, but finding the right way to say it requires space, you know. Not physical space—we have written and recorded all our songs in my brother’s very small bedroom—but mental space.

That’s what I love about my Solo Pro. They’ve got Noise Cancelling, so I can create the space where I can really focus on the things I want to focus on.

Every song starts with something I need to say, but finding the right way to say it requires space, you know. Not physical space—we have written and recorded all our songs in my brother’s very small bedroom—but mental space.

That’s what I love about my Solo Pro. They’ve got Noise Cancelling, so I can create the space where I can really focus on the things I want to focus on.

There is this whole thing about headphones, tuning everyone out, tuning everything out. But I’m tuning myself in.

There is this whole thing about headphones, tuning everyone out, tuning everything out. But I’m tuning myself in.

There is this whole thing about headphones, tuning everyone out, tuning everything out. But I’m tuning myself in.

It happens all at once, because everything goes together. For “everything i wanted”, it started with a chord progression Finneas had on the piano that I thought was just beautiful, and then I sang this line over it about a nightmare I’d had which had really stuck with me.

It happens all at once, because everything goes together. For “everything i wanted”, it started with a chord progression Finneas had on the piano that I thought was just beautiful, and then I sang this line over it about a nightmare I’d had which had really stuck with me.

It happens all at once, because everything goes together. For “everything i wanted”, it started with a chord progression Finneas had on the piano that I thought was just beautiful, and then I sang this line over it about a nightmare I’d had which had really stuck with me.

Finneas came up with “as long as I’m here, no one can hurt you” and we decided to make it about our relationship and how we help each other deal with things together. It just completely paved the way for the rest of the song.

——Billie

Finneas came up with “as long as I’m here, no one can hurt you” and we decided to make it about our relationship and how we help each other deal with things together. It just completely paved the way for the rest of the song.

——Billie

Finneas came up with “as long as I’m here, no one can hurt you” and we decided to make it about our relationship and how we help each other deal with things together. It just completely paved the way for the rest of the song.
——Billie

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