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Is Billie Eilish’s ‘Hit Me Hard And Soft’ a double album? - www.nme.com
nme.com
18.05.2024 / 10:27

Is Billie Eilish’s ‘Hit Me Hard And Soft’ a double album?

Billie Eilish has just released her new album ‘Hit Me Hard And Soft’ – but according to fans, it might actually be a secret double album.Those who have listened to Eilish’s brand new album, which dropped yesterday (May 17), may have heard its final line: “But when can I hear the next one?”That line – along with some other hints – have fans convinced that Billie Eilish will make a similar move to Taylor Swift. The popstar recently released ‘The Tortured Poets Department‘, revealing a surprise release a double album dubbed ‘The Anthology’ hours after.Billie Eilish could release a double album as the ending of credits of HIT ME HARD AND SOFT stating the phrase:"but when can I hear the next one" pic.twitter.com/8BTboyadY6— Billie Eilish Daily (@billieeilishdly) May 15, 2024On top of that, fans think Eilish’s use of colour might be a second hint to a double album.

Watch Billie Eilish’s feel-good video for ‘LUNCH’ - www.nme.com
nme.com
17.05.2024 / 21:55

Watch Billie Eilish’s feel-good video for ‘LUNCH’

Billie Eilish has shared a brand new feel-good video for her song ‘LUNCH’. Check it out below.The ‘Bad Guy’ singer previously previewed the track at Coachella during a secret DJ set at the festival.

Billie Eilish packs a punch, again, on ‘Hit Me Hard and Soft’: review - nypost.com
nypost.com
17.05.2024 / 17:13

Billie Eilish packs a punch, again, on ‘Hit Me Hard and Soft’: review

Billie Eilish dropped her groundbreaking, Grammy-winning debut album, “When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?” — there was a seismic shift in pop.At just 17, she emerged as a goth-pop princess whose spooky, synthy sound was eerily prescient of the doom to come when the pandemic shut the world.And the Billie effect was felt with everyone from Olivia Rodrigo to SZA to, yes, even Taylor Swift. While Eilish broke out of the “Bad Guy” groove of her biggest hit on her second album, 2021’s “Happier Than Ever,” there was still no stopping her power.And even when she made the most anti-blockbuster ballad for last summer’s “Barbie” smash, “What Was I Made For?” went on to win both the Song of the Year Grammy and the Best Original Song Oscar — even though the single didn’t even crack the Top 10.Now 22, Eilish is hot off of accomplishing that rare Grammy-Oscar double as she releases her third LP, “Hit Me Hard and Soft” — and she continues to go against the mainstream.In fact, she chose not to release any singles leading up to the album, wanting the collection to be consumed as a “family of songs.”Forget the fact that listening to an album from start to finish in the streaming era is a pretty radical concept.And when the LP gets off to the sleepiest of starts with the dreamy “Skinny” — where Eilish displays her new thing for strings, courtesy of the Attacca Quartet — you might think you accidentally shuffled it to the end.Just like Prince rebeled against the “Purple Rain” mania with “Around the World in a Day” and Radiohead tried to shake off the “OK Computer” masses with “Kid A,” Eilish has refused to play to the basic crowd to meet any sort of commercial expectation.And yet, it still works for her.

Here’s how Billie Eilish’s ‘Blue’ lyrics relate to every song on ‘Hit Me Hard And Soft’ - www.nme.com
nme.com
17.05.2024 / 16:09

Here’s how Billie Eilish’s ‘Blue’ lyrics relate to every song on ‘Hit Me Hard And Soft’

Billie Eilish has finally released her highly anticipated third album ‘Hit Me Hard And Soft’, and the lyrics to the final track ‘Blue’ have caught the attention of fans.Find out how the lyrics of the song relate to every track on the setlist below.The album marked the long-awaited follow-up to the singer’s sophomore album ‘Happier Than Ever’, and the third LP in her discography following on from 2019’s breakthrough debut ‘When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?’.Not only does it see Eilish step into new territory with her songwriting, it also comes as a rollercoaster of emotions and appears to see the singer dealing with themes of heartbreak and isolation.It also sees Eilish take on a particularly blue theme, which is seen both through the album artwork and in the powerful and aptly-named closing track ‘Blue’.The song has been reported as being the album version of a previously unreleased Eilish song called ‘True Blue’, which the singer has frequently hinted at during her live shows and was originally meant to appear on her second album (via Capital FM).Now, following its release on ‘Hit Me Hard And Soft’, fans have begun looking at the intriguing lyrics in the song, and it seems that Eilish uses the track to make a nod to every other song featured on the album.In the first part of the song, for instance, Eilish includes the phrase ‘Birds of a feather’ – a nod to the title of the fourth track on the album, which is speculated to be about her past relationship with ex Jesse Rutherford.Later in the song, around the two-minute mark, ‘Blue’ changes direction and becomes more solemn, as she sings about someone who was “born bluer than a butterfly”.Before then, though, she seems to make more nods to the other songs in the

Treasure hunter plans to dig for legendary ‘The Secret’ prize in New York City - nypost.com - New York - Chicago - city Brooklyn - Boston - county Long - county Cleveland
nypost.com
17.05.2024 / 16:03

Treasure hunter plans to dig for legendary ‘The Secret’ prize in New York City

The Secret: A Treasure Hunt.”Each key can be exchanged with Preiss’s estate for a valuable gemstone. Followers of “The Secret” widely believe that one of the clues featuring an image of a woman in a white gown floating above topaz gems directs readers to a treasure hidden in New York City. Hager and others have noted that the woman’s face strongly resembles that of the Statue of Liberty.

Billie Eilish and Finneas have “never ever ever loved something more” than new album ‘Hit Me Hard And Soft’ - www.nme.com
nme.com
17.05.2024 / 12:59

Billie Eilish and Finneas have “never ever ever loved something more” than new album ‘Hit Me Hard And Soft’

Billie Eilish and Finneas have opened up about their brand-new album ‘Hit Me Hard And Soft’, saying they have “never ever ever loved something more”.‘Hit Me Hard And Soft’ just dropped today (May 17), and in a celebratory Instagram post, Billie Eilish shared: “I don’t even know what to SAAYY…”“Finneas and i put so much into this album and have never ever ever loved something more,” she added. “we hope you enjoy it so much and i’ll see you on the other side EEEEEEEEEEEEEK HMHAS OUT NOW EVERYWHERE LOVE YOU ALL TO DEAAAAATH!!!!”Meanwhile, Finneas posted his own thoughts, writing that the album was “my favourite thing I’ve ever been a part of making”, adding: “There were so many times during the making of it that I thought we’d never finish it or had no idea what we were doing I lost count- just goes to show- when you’re in it, you might just have to try to keep swimming- you can only really see the ocean once you’re on the shore.“I’m going offline now because what you all think of this album is your business, not mine but I really do hope you like it- we make everything with you in mind and we owe it all to you- thanks for the sick job/life.

Billie Eilish Remains on a Roll With the Constantly Surprising and Affecting ‘Hit Me Hard and Soft’: Album Review - variety.com
variety.com
17.05.2024 / 02:57

Billie Eilish Remains on a Roll With the Constantly Surprising and Affecting ‘Hit Me Hard and Soft’: Album Review

Chris Willman Senior Music Writer and Chief Music Critic What a great season for music this is, if you’re someone who has an old-fashioned thing for albums that really feel like albums. And it’s not because of any wave of old-timers ganging up with each other to show off their concept-record chops.

Katie Holmes and Suri Cruise join latest fashion trend in New York City outing - us.hola.com - USA - New York
us.hola.com
17.05.2024 / 01:21

Katie Holmes and Suri Cruise join latest fashion trend in New York City outing

Katie Holmes and Suri Cruise are joining the latest fashion trend. The mom-daughter duo are known for their stylish casual looks, with the actress always making headlines for her outfits. Most recently, Katie showcased her favorite slip dress with a twist, adding a 90s trend to her spring ensemble.Is Suri Cruise using a new name?Katie Holmes is ready for summer in the perfect slip dress and her favorite 90s trendKatie Holmes steps out in sophisticated dress at the American Ballet Theatre Spring Gala in NYCThe pair were recently photographed walking around New York City, wearing wide-leg jeans, joining the baggy pants trend.

Billie Eilish ‘Hit Me Hard and Soft’ Vinyl: Where to Buy Online - variety.com - New York - Los Angeles - Los Angeles - USA
variety.com
16.05.2024 / 18:23

Billie Eilish ‘Hit Me Hard and Soft’ Vinyl: Where to Buy Online

Anna Tingley If you purchase an independently reviewed product or service through a link on our website, Variety may receive an affiliate commission. Billie Eilish’s third studio album “Hit Me Hard and Soft” doesn’t officially release until Friday but you can already purchase the 10-track LP on vinyl starting today.

Watch Reese Witherspoon Do the 'Bend & Snap' Again While Announcing New Elle Woods Prequel Series - www.justjared.com - New York
justjared.com
14.05.2024 / 20:15

Watch Reese Witherspoon Do the 'Bend & Snap' Again While Announcing New Elle Woods Prequel Series

Reese Witherspoon had several big announcements to make at the Amazon upfront, but the most exciting one involved Legally Blonde!

‘Red, White & Royal Blue,’ ‘The Last of Us’ and ‘Heartstopper’ Win Top Prizes at New York GLAAD Media Awards - variety.com - New York - New York - city Midtown
variety.com
12.05.2024 / 03:45

‘Red, White & Royal Blue,’ ‘The Last of Us’ and ‘Heartstopper’ Win Top Prizes at New York GLAAD Media Awards

Jack Dunn “The Jennifer Hudson Show,” “Rustin” and “Red White & Royal Blue” earned top prizes at the New York GLAAD Media Awards, which this year celebrates the 35th year of the annual awards show. Awards were presented Saturday night at the Hilton Midtown in New York City.

‘Hauntings,’ the ‘impossible’: ‘The Exorcist’ and what you never knew about the iconic horror film - nypost.com - New York - Chicago
nypost.com
11.05.2024 / 23:53

‘Hauntings,’ the ‘impossible’: ‘The Exorcist’ and what you never knew about the iconic horror film

CGI movie technology, it is getting harder and harder to deliver that true spine-chilling internal fear that makes horror films so great.Gen Z and Gen Alpha kids may arrogantly scoff at retro scary movies, but it hasn’t always been this way.There was once a time when picture-goers were so viscerally terrified by what they were seeing on the big screen that it would trigger powerful physical reactions right there in the theater.During Jaws (1975) people fainted and vomited in the cinema during some of the gruesome scenes, while others stopped going swimming in the ocean altogether out of pure fear.Alfred Hitchcock’s classic film Psycho (1960) sparked mania during the infamous shower stabbing scene, with reports of people hyperventilating and passing out in their cinema chairs.However, one of the most horrifying movies to ever hit the big screen, causing widespread panic, fear and repulsion, is William Friedkin’s The Exorcist (1973).Based on William Peter Blatty’s 1971 novel, the film follows the demonic possession of a young girl and her mother’s attempt to rescue her through an exorcism by two Catholic priests.With some wildly disturbing scenes, including some bizarre 360 degree head spinning, eerie spider-walking on the stairs and some disgusting projective lime-green vomit, it shocked those 1970s audiences to their core.One particular vulgar scene involving a crucifix — that is too crude to describe here — shocked and upset many, especially considering the percentage of people who were religious back then.The flick was so scary that even renowned Chicago Sun-Times film critic Roger Ebert was at a loss for words about how it made him feel.“I am not sure exactly what reasons people will have for seeing this movie; surely

Billie Eilish announces “immersive listening experience” in London for new album ‘Hit Me Hard And Soft’ - www.nme.com - Britain - London
nme.com
09.05.2024 / 11:09

Billie Eilish announces “immersive listening experience” in London for new album ‘Hit Me Hard And Soft’

Billie Eilish has announced a new “immersive listening experience” taking place in London to celebrate her upcoming album ‘Hit Me Hard And Soft’.Set to take place in the UK capital next week, the fan experience is hosted with Spotify and comes ahead of the release of Eilish’s new album, which is set to drop next Friday (May 17).Taking place at the Lightroom in London’s Coal Drops Yard, Kings Cross, the audio-visual experience will last for an hour and is designed to let fans have an insight into “the vast and mysterious world she’s created with her new project”, as well as listen to the album in its entirety.It will be held on Thursday (May 16) and Friday (May 17), and will include just 10 shows. Three of these will be held on the former, taking place at 6pm, 8pm and 10pm, while seven shows will be held on the latter, starting at 10am and running every two hours until 10pm.The experience will be the only one of its kind in the world for this new album, and fans on Spotify can get early access tickets now by heading to the venue’s website.“‘Hit Me Hard And Soft’, Billie Eilish’s third studio album, is her most daring body of work to date.

Vin Diesel tributes his ‘first crush’ Rita Moreno in New York ceremony - us.hola.com - New York - Hollywood - New York - Puerto Rico
us.hola.com
08.05.2024 / 18:59

Vin Diesel tributes his ‘first crush’ Rita Moreno in New York ceremony

Vin Diesel is tributing Rita Moreno, his co-star, first crush, and an overall Hollywood icon. Moreno was honored at the WNET Group’s 2024 gala, hosted this Tuesday in New York, where Diesel took the stage and shared how important Moreno has been for all New York City artists, especially those who don’t fit the mold.

Andra Day Soars at Special Club Show at New York’s Legendary Blue Note: Concert Review - variety.com - New York - USA - New York
variety.com
07.05.2024 / 20:13

Andra Day Soars at Special Club Show at New York’s Legendary Blue Note: Concert Review

Jem Aswad Executive Editor, Music It’s a strange sensation to see an artist who you last saw performing “Lift Every Voice and Sing” before a global audience of 120 million-plus at the Super Bowl singing ten feet in front of you at the Blue Note jazz club in New York’s Greenwich Village. But that was the consolation prize for 400 lucky fans who may not have been invited to the Met Ball on Monday night but certainly had a more satisfying feast for the ears.

Billie Eilish announces ‘Hit Me Hard And Soft’ pre-release listening parties in US - www.nme.com - USA - California - New York
nme.com
06.05.2024 / 21:01

Billie Eilish announces ‘Hit Me Hard And Soft’ pre-release listening parties in US

Billie Eilish has announced two pre-release listening parties in the US for her new album ‘Hit Me Hard And Soft‘.The two free listening parties will take place at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York on May 15 (in association with YouTube Music) and at the Kia Forum in Los Angeles, California on May 16 (in association with Snapchat). Both events are presented by American Express, with special perks for cardholders available.Fans can request up to two tickets for the listening parties via this link here.

Billie Eilish Plots ‘Hit Me Hard And Soft’ Listening Events in New York City and Los Angeles - variety.com - Australia - Los Angeles - USA - New York - Ireland
variety.com
06.05.2024 / 16:35

Billie Eilish Plots ‘Hit Me Hard And Soft’ Listening Events in New York City and Los Angeles

Thania Garcia Billie Eilish will host two album listening events ahead of her third studio album, “Hit Me Hard and Soft,” slated for release May 17. The free events presented by American Express, and produced by Live Nation, will take place on May 15 in New York City’s Barclays Center in association YouTube Music and on May 16 in Los Angeles’ Kia Forum in association Snapchat. Eilish’s forthcoming album will be available on all digital platforms, and in a continued effort to minimize waste and combat climate change; across all physical formats in limited variants on the same day, with the same track-listing and using 100% recyclable materials.

Bella Hadid & Boyfriend Adan Banuelos Hold Hands, Cozy Up After Attending Fragrance Launch Party - www.justjared.com - New York
justjared.com
04.05.2024 / 06:47

Bella Hadid & Boyfriend Adan Banuelos Hold Hands, Cozy Up After Attending Fragrance Launch Party

Bella Hadid and boyfriend Adan Banuelos look so happy and in love exiting the launch party for the model’s new Ôrebella fragrance line on Friday (May 3) in New York City!

‘CODA’ Director Siân Heder Boards Paramount’s Adaptation Of New York Times Best-Seller ‘Tomorrow, And Tomorrow, And Tomorrow’ - deadline.com - Britain - New York - New York
deadline.com
03.05.2024 / 17:33

‘CODA’ Director Siân Heder Boards Paramount’s Adaptation Of New York Times Best-Seller ‘Tomorrow, And Tomorrow, And Tomorrow’

EXCLUSIVE: Paramount Pictures highly-anticipated adaptation of the best-seller Tomorrow, And Tomorrow, And Tomorrow is gaining some serious momentum as Oscar winner Siân Heder has been tapped to direct the adaptation which is based on the New York Times best-selling novel of the same name by Gabrielle Zevin. Mark Bomback wrote the script based off a draft penned by Zevin. Temple Hill’s Marty Bowen, Wyck Godfrey and Isaac Klausner will produce. Zevin will executive Produce.

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