9 Songs, 28 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The irresistible hooks and haunting vocals of bedroom production “Ocean Eyes” made Los Angeles teen Billie Eilish an internet sensation. This debut EP nudges things along nicely with its minimalist beats and lifting-yet-sinister lyricism. A rerecorded “Ocean Eyes” remains unnervingly assured, while the infectious pop of “Bellyache” holds a surrealist, macabre edge. Her voice—melancholy, theatrical, and soaring—impresses throughout and bears comparison to Lorde and Lana Del Rey. It’s hard to believe this all comes from a 15-year-old.

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EDITORS’ NOTES

The irresistible hooks and haunting vocals of bedroom production “Ocean Eyes” made Los Angeles teen Billie Eilish an internet sensation. This debut EP nudges things along nicely with its minimalist beats and lifting-yet-sinister lyricism. A rerecorded “Ocean Eyes” remains unnervingly assured, while the infectious pop of “Bellyache” holds a surrealist, macabre edge. Her voice—melancholy, theatrical, and soaring—impresses throughout and bears comparison to Lorde and Lana Del Rey. It’s hard to believe this all comes from a 15-year-old.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
160 Ratings

160 Ratings

Katie Harness ,

It’s really good

I have it on DVD it’s awesome

deftunes ,

Its ok

Don't believe the hype she's really not as great as people say she is, but she is ok. I think she could improve and i just dont get why everyone loves her so much because her music is really not all that amazing.

CyanCanary ,

Its like if Lorde were ever to do a cover of a Lana Del Rey song…

Billie has the same shrill vocals as Lorde, and has the soft slow voice of Lana Del Rey. I kinda wish she’d be more original, but…

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