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Eilish and her brother, Finneas, played a secret, invite-only show at Third Man on Wednesday night. The 11-song acoustic set included performances of “Ocean Eyes”, “Bury a Friend”, “I Love You”, and “Bad Guy”.
The 17-year-old pop singer was apparently struck by the recording process, commenting at one point, “Do you see that? They’re like making my voice onto a thing. Like right now! That’s crazy.”
White introduced Eilish’s performance, describing the singer “as someone we really love, and we think is really innovative and inspiring.” Later, Eilish returned the kind words by thanking White for “inspiring a whole generation of people to do what they want.”
According to Third Man, the live LP will be available in December at the label’s retail locations in Nashville and Detroit. Specific release details are still forthcoming.
Eilish recently announced an extensive tour behind her breakout debut album, When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?, which is one of 100 favorite releases of the last decade. To coincide with the tour’s launch, she is also planning to release new music in the near future.
Get tickets to Eilish’s upcoming tour dates here.
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