Billie Eilish’s parents have written part of her new single with Rosalía

Los padres de Billie Eilish han escrito parte de su nuevo sencillo con Rosalía

Billie Eilish.

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Singer Billie eilish She is delighted with the enthusiastic reception she is getting on the charts for the new single she shares with the Spanish star Rosalia: a song called “You will forget it” which is part of the soundtrack of the acclaimed series “Euphoria”, starring the versatile Zendaya and available in HBO.

The 19-year-old has revealed in her last interview to Zane Lowe, station announcer Apple Music, that the staff of writers and creatives who were in charge of shaping the song is much broader than one might expect at first, at least as far as the English verses are concerned. So much so, that the American has not only accredited her trusted composer and producer – her brother Finneas O’Connell-, but also his girlfriend, Claudia sulewski, and even his parents, who contributed brief but meaningful lyrics.

“We have been with this project for two years. We left it for a while and only took it up again in the middle of last year, in full quarantine. The idea of ​​publishing the single last summer was hovering in our heads, but something else was needed, a few last verses “, has revealed about the artistic process that preceded the release of the song and the decisive role that the Catalan interpreter played to finish it off. Also, Billie wanted to remember the specific night in which she took her whole family to the recording studio.

“It was at one of our Friday dinners, we all went down to the studio and Finneas said, ‘Do you want us to start writing now?’ And so it was, I was in the studio with my whole family “, has explained in the same conversation.

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