Billie Eilish’s “Bury a Friend” will make your spine tingle

From the pop singer’s forthcoming debut LP, ‘When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?’

Billie Eilish has shared “Bury a Friend,” another taste of what’s to come on her upcoming debut, When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?

The track, produced by frequent collaborator and her brother Finneas, features a sinister beat punctuated by sharp, shrieking synths. Driven by a thumping bassline, “Bury a Friend” is written “from the perspective of the monster under my bed,” Eilish explained in a press statement. “I also confess that I’m this monster,” she added. “Because I’m my own worst enemy. I might be the monster under your bed, too.”

The song was accompanied by an equally creepy visual, directed by Michael Chaves. In it, Eilish is possessed by a demon who haunts the dreams of a young man, played by London-based rapper Crooks.

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Eilish’s debut album is due out March 29 on Darkroom/Interscope. Check out the video for “Bury a Friend” below:

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