Billie Eilish Concert Film Coming to Disney+ in September

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Billie Eilish’s sophomore album, Happier Than Ever, is on its way to being released into the world, and the singer-songwriter has another piece of exciting news in store: a concert film will accompany the album later this year.

In a recent Instagram post, Billie announced that fans can look forward to Happier Than Ever: A Love Letter To Los Angeles, a special “concert experience” slated to hit Disney+ on September 3. The music special, directed by Robert Rodriguez and Patrick Osborne, was filmed at the Hollywood Bowl in collaboration with the Los Angeles Philharmonic and the Los Angeles Children’s Chorus, and conducted by Gustavo Dudamel. “This was the most surreal shoot everrrrrrrr and I cannot WAIT for you to experience this film,” Billie wrote alongside the trailer, which features clips of the singer performing along with a powerful voice-over.

“L.A. is the reason that I am who I am,” Billie says in the clip. “It’s all about reflecting on yourself, becoming who you are. We all have these idealized versions of ourselves in our head. I’ve never done anything like this.”

In a statement, Billie called the ability to work with Disney “a huge honor,” adding, “To be able to present my album in this way and dedicate it to the city that I love and grew up in is so exciting to me. I hope you love it.”

Happier Than Ever is Billie’s second studio album, and the follow-up to her debut, When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?. It arrives this Friday, July 30, and Billie has been busy building the hype on her social media pages, including a recent post depicting a handwritten tracklist.

Speaking with VEVO in a recent interview, Billie shared that she strived to make a “timeless” record, diving into a process that was incredibly self-reflective and introspective. “Before, I always felt under pressure and anxious and felt like I wasn't doing enough, right, or doing a good job,” she explained. “Or this isn't good enough. I felt like I wasn't very talented at the time, and I actually feel much more confident in my craft now. And I feel that I've worked really hard on that. And I think that this album was made in a very perfect time for me creatively.”

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