SITTING cross-legged on her brother's bed, Billie Eilish looks like any other angst-ridden teenager as she angrily scrawls in a notebook. But these are not words of frustration at unrequited love or a row with friends. They are the lyrics to the new James Bond theme song . This is how Billie , 19, and older brother Finneas, 23, write all their music together, crouched over notebooks and microphones in the small Californian family home they grew up in. Footage of the surprisingly wholesome process is shown in new documentary film Billie Eilish: The World's A Little Blurry, out today on Apple TV+. It starts with footage of Billie as a 16-year-old before the release of her 2019 multi-Grammy-winning first album, When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?, co-written with Finneas. And it follows her path as she quickly becomes one of the world's biggest and most critically acclaimed pop stars. But it has not been an easy path to success for Billie. Speaking aged 17, she matter-of-factly tells the camera: "To be honest with you, I never thought I'd make it to this age. "I'm never happy. I feel the dark things. I'm bad at taking care… Read full this story
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