It feels like Billie Eilish hasn't slowed down this year, with a No. 1 Billboard Hot 100 hit "Bad Guy" on her hands, a No. 1 Billboard 200 album When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? and six Grammy nominations, with the Big Four nods in the bag. But her latest single since her debut chart-topping LP, "everything i wanted," takes time to reflect on and give thanks to a very important person in her personal and musical development: her sole collaborator and older brother Finneas.
He co-wrote the touching tribute, which Eilish told BBC Radio 1's Annie Mac started with a startling nightmare. "I literally had a dream that I killed myself and nobody cared, and all of my best friends and people that I work with basically came out in public and said, 'Oh, we never liked her,'" she said in the interview. "The idea of the song is like... my brother is my best friend, and I have these dreams and these things happen and no matter what happens, he's gonna always be there for me and it's the same the other way around."