Billie Eilish Talks Safety Concerns and Upcoming Album in Candid Interview

In a candid interview with Rolling Stone, pop star Billie Eilish opens up about the challenges of maintaining personal safety amid fame and shares exciting details about her forthcoming album, Hit Me Hard and Soft.

Billie Eilish Talks Safety Concerns and Upcoming Album in Candid Interview
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At just 22, Billie Eilish has experienced the darker side of fame, including serious breaches of her personal safety. "I had really scary things happen in my personal life and my safety was compromised a couple of times," Eilish told Rolling Stone. Despite having a protective dog and security guards, the pop sensation emphasized the relentless privacy invasions she faces.

In the interview, Eilish also discussed her methods for coping with stress, passionately advocating for open discussions about sexuality. She described how embracing and communicating about one's sexuality can be therapeutic. "That s--- can really, really save you sometimes," she remarked, pushing for a change in how society views women who are open about their sexuality.

Eilish is also gearing up for the release of her third studio album, Hit Me Hard and Soft, scheduled for May 17. Uniquely, she has decided against releasing any singles prior to the album's launch, preferring instead to present the project in its entirety. "This album is like a family: I don’t want one little kid to be in the middle of the room alone,” she explained.

Billie Eilish continues to make waves not only with her unique sound but also through her outspoken views and undeniable influence on discussions around personal safety and sexuality in the music industry.