As reported by NME, Billie Eilish has shared the artwork for her forthcoming new single ‘My Future’, set to be released next week.
On Friday (July 24), the ‘Bad Guy’ singer announced that the song would be arriving this Thursday (July 30), though it remains unclear whether it will be taken from her highly-anticipated second album.
This evening (July 28) Eilish posted the animated cover for the single, which depicts the pop star looking up at a full moon as she sits under a tree. Writing in the caption, she confirmed that ‘My Future’ will land at 4pm (PT)/ midnight (BST).
Taking to Instagram Stories, Eilish shared the same artwork along with the message: “I can’t wait for this song to be yours.” You can see those posts below.
The singer confirmed back in January that she would be recording a new album and releasing a documentary in 2020. No release date has been confirmed for either yet, though she did offer some insight into the documentary.
“I’ve seen no part of it,” she said. “I’m freaked out. They’ve been filming since like July of 2018 … Who has that much footage of them that they’ve never seen? I’m terrified.”
Earlier this week (July 20), Eilish revealed which songs were most important to her growing up.
“This is my favourite Avril song ever, a very big song from my childhood as well as ‘Complicated’, as well as ‘I’m With You’, as well as ‘Sk8er Boi’, ‘Girlfriend’, blah, blah, blah, ‘Keep Holding On’,” Eilish told me & dad radio on Apple Music.