The latest album from Billie Eilish – Happier Than Ever – came out last month and her next project will delve into the record’s meaning. On September 3, the singer is releasing a concert film titled Happier Than Ever: A Love Letter To Los Angeles on Disney Plus. The No Time To Die singer has revealed the film – and the album – tell a “story”.
Speaking in a new interview Billie explained the film is dedicated to Los Angeles, California because it “formed her”.
She went on: “It made me who I am and gave me the opportunities that I got.
“I don’t think I’d have any of the same anything if it wasn’t for my hometown.”
With a smile, she added: “I owed Los Angeles some love!” (Via GMA)
Billie’s new concert film will show her playing her album “from front to back”.
The music will be illustrated with an anime version of Billie traversing the streets of Los Angeles.
WATCH THE TRAILER FOR A LOVE LETTER TO LOS ANGELES AT THE TOP OF THIS ARTICLE
When asked what she wants fans to come away from her new film feeling like, Billie said: “Just… satisfied.”
Although Billie is at the top of her game at the moment, she has previously revealed she has toyed with the idea of ending her career soon.
The star recently spoke to Clara Amfo about her journey.
The BBC Radio 1 DJ asked: “What does the future hold?” to which Billie replied: “I wish I knew!”
The Grammy Award-winning star was then asked: “Do you want to retire at 25? Keep going until you’re 90?”
Billie said: “I don’t know, I was thinking about that. I don’t really know.
“I think that I thought I would want to [retire], but the break that we’ve been forced to have has made me go… let’s keep on keeping on.”
She added: “I just want to do shows and shows and shows… and enjoy life and have animals and breathe. Yeah.”
Happier Than Ever: A Love Letter To Los Angeles hits Disney Plus on September 3.