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Billie Eilish burns like the Amazon in the climate change video for 'All the good girls go to hell'

Just after acting in Barcelona and Madrid with all sold tickets For months, Billie Eilish has released new single with its corresponding video clip. Is about All the good girls go to hell (all the good girls go to hell), a theme on which he pulls the dark imaginary that soaks everything When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?, his debut album.

Following the plot line of what has already been seen in Bury a Friend, where strange hands were injecting a black liquid in his back in a very evil antiseptic environment, we now discover that Billie is an angel who, immediately after the terrifying scene, falls to the ground in a well with that same poison.

In this way, Billie is dragging the weight of the mud on his body and wings a world devastated by the flames. Coming to burn for much of the clip.

The image could not be more topical, remembering the fires that have ravaged the Amazon rainforest this summer. And, indeed, it is about a metaphor about climate change and how humanity is depleting natural resources without control or responsibility, destroying everything.

This has been confirmed by both Finneas O'Connell, brother and producer of the singer, in an interview, as Eilish herself. In the message that has accompanied the launch of the video on their social networks call to participate in the demonstrations which are convened worldwide on September 20 and 27 with the hashtag "climatestrike".

The objective is pressure world leaders They will meet at the UN on the 23rd to discuss the environment. This is how Eilish has called his followers in stories to take action:

“Millions of people around the world are begging our leaders to listen. Our Earth is warming to unprecedented levels, polar ice caps are melting, our oceans are growing, wildlife is being poisoned and our forests are burned. You can make your voice heard, take it to the streets. ”

The video has accumulated more than eight and a half million reproductions in just fourteen hours since its premiere and, at the time of writing this article, it is number two on YouTube trends.

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