Billie Eilish Releases New Single ‘Lost Cause’ & Drops New Music Video

Billie Eilish has released the second single off her highly-anticipated second studio album, Happier Than Ever. A complete 180 from her preceding sad single "Your Power," "Lost Cause" is an empowering, chill anthem that sees Eilish breaking it off with a pathetic love interest.

The accompanying music video for "Lost Cause" was released yesterday. In it, Billie throws a slumber party with a group of friends. They play Twister, shoot silly string at each other, dance on kitchen countertops, and have a Super Soaker fight.

Before dying her slime green hair platinum blonde and announcing a new album, Eilish released the singles "my future" and "Therefore I Am" back in 2020. Both tracks will be featured on Happier Than Ever, which is set to drop July 30.

In other Eilish news, Billie will be headlining this year’s Governors Ball and will embark on a massive world tour starting at the end of 2021. You can find tickets for all of Eilish’s upcoming shows here. Happier Than Ever is also available to pre-order now.

Watch the video for "Lost Cause" below.

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Article Image: Billie Eilish and her gal pals in the music video for "Lost Cause." (Billie Eilish via YouTube.)



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