Billie Eilish on her “much better” second album: “I feel so much more confident and happy”

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Billie Eilish has opened up about her new album ‘Happier Than Ever‘, explaining that it’s a “much better” record than her debut thanks to greater creativity and personal contentment.

The pop star, who releases her second album on July 30, said in a new interview that therapy has aided her creative process, leading to the best music of her career so far.

She told Zane Lowe on Apple Music 1: “It’s much better [than ‘When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?‘]. I mean listen, it’s a lot of work.

“Also, when you want to give your album a life, and a big one, and you want people to listen, you’ve got to do stuff to make that happen. You’ve got to do shoots and shoots and shoots. And all of the things. And it’s been a pretty punishing couple of weeks, I got to tell you. I have cried probably 30 times. Probably I’ve cried more in the last two weeks than I have in my whole life,” she said.