Memes & Tweets About Billie Eilish’s “The 30th” & “TV” Songs From Her Surprise ‘Guitar Songs’ EP

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Billie Eilish just pulled Beyoncé. The “happier than ever” The singer surprised fans on July 21 with the release of two new songs, “TV” and “Thirty”, and Twitter is crying over her weak lyrics. Tracks are part of it guitar songs The EP, which found Eilish back to her roots in acoustic songwriting, accompanied her brother and assistant Finneas solely on acoustic guitar. “That’s how Phineas and I started writing music on an instrument just with us,” she explained in an interview with Apple Music’s Zane Lowe. “I wanted to go back and do it the way we used to.”

Eilish revealed that “The Thirty” was written on December 30, 2021 and was inspired by an event that changed her life from the previous month, and did not go into many details about it. “That’s why it was called ‘the Thirty’ because something happened on November 30 and it was the most indescribable thing we have to witness and experience,” she said. “I was writing all these thoughts I was having. I was with FINNEAS, and I was like, ‘I’m sorry, I don’t know what you were planning to do, but we need to write this song about this right now,’ and we did, and that was the first song we wrote since then Happier than ever. “

eilish debuted “TV”, sectarian scarring song Supreme Court set aside Roe v. Wade and references Johnny Depp and Amber Heard libel trial, at one of her shows “Happier Than Ever World Tour” in Manchester, England. Eilish told Lowe she was inspired to perform the song early on after watching Harry Styles’ premiere of “Boyfriends,” a song no one’s ever heard from his new album. Harry’s houseDuring that Coachella headliner set in April.

“It’s so crucial, and playing an unreleased song really opens the doors to all of these questions,” she explained to Lowe. “I thought it was very beautiful. I was in the artists’ area at Coachella, and these (censored) people were talking really loud, and I turned and said, “Shut up and listen to this annoying song.” Everyone was like, “Damn it, Jesus Christ.”.. It’s really hard to play a song that you’re not prone to, and that’s what I wanted to do. I missed doing it.”

Judging by Twitter’s reaction to the new songs, fans have also missed this aspect of Eilish. Some fans were left speechless by the sudden drop, while others started crying after hearing the devastating lyrics.

As usual, Twitter has also been making memes about Eilish dropping new songs out of nowhere, some even joking that the Grammys will love The 30th.

Maybe next time Eilish should give fans a heads up before she drops something beautifully devastating.

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