Billie Eilish and her brother Finneas recently performed their new single “Your Power” on an episode of The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.
The sibling duo and frequent collaborators first shared the vulnerable track late last month as the third single from Eilish’s upcoming sophomore album, Happier Than Ever.
The 19-year-old artist sings hauntingly on the track about abusive relationships. In a recent cover interview with British Vogue, Eilish described the song as “an open letter to people who take advantage—mostly men.”
For their Colbert performance, Eilish and Finneas headed to the desert, evoking the desolate backdrop from the “Your Power” music video. The brother and sister wore sand-colored clothing, and Finneas played guitar while Eilish sang.
“I thought that I was special / You made me feel / Like it was my fault / You were the devil,” she sang softly. “And you swear you didn’t know / You said you thought she was your age.”
During her Colbert appearance, Eilish also spoke about fans’ overwhelming response to her British Vogue cover shoot and new blonde hair—her Instagram post of which garnered one million likes in a record-breaking six minutes.
“I think it more just makes me never want to post again,” she remarked. “I feel like I wanted to post more when less people cared, and now that more people care, it’s like scary to me.”
See her interview with Colbert here:
And watch the duo perform “Your Power” below: