Billie Eilish strips down “Male Fantasy” for a new Vevo Live performance in support of her latest LP Happier Than Ever.
The pop star performed the album’s closer in an intimate bedroom setting, where the singer, wearing a white cutout sweater and blue dress, planted herself at the edge of a golden bed. Her brother and hitmaker-in-crime Finneas accompanied her on acoustic guitar from a different corner of the room.
“‘Cause I loved you then, and I love you now/ And I don’t know how/ Guess it’s hard to know when nobody else comes around/ If I’m getting over you/ Or just pretending to/ Be all right, convince myself I hate you,” she gently whispers the chorus during the therapeutic display.
Her “Male Fantasy” performance arrives after her inaugural “Your Power” Vevo Live performance and on the heels of her highly anticipated sophomore album Happier Than Ever, which was released last Friday via Darkroom/Interscope Records.
“All of us at Vevo have been huge fans of Billie for years and love working with her. We got to collaborate with her so closely on these Official Live Performances evident in how much they blend with her aesthetic and the creative sound of this new material,” JP Evangelista, Vevo’s senior vice president of content, programming & marketing, said in a statement. “Billie is always so involved in the vision of her music videos, and her detailed input is a huge part of what makes these performances special. It’s been such a pleasure watching her blossom into the superstar that she is today, from her first music videos, to very intimate fan shows, Billie is truly one of a kind. We look forward to more successful future collaborations.”
Watch Eilish’s Vevo Live performance of “Male Fantasy” below:
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