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          Billie Eilish Just Opened Up About Her Rough Time on Tour

          “There was a period where I was like, ‘Do I even enjoy music?’”

          ACL Music Festival 2019
          Erika Goldring

          I don’t think I will ever get over that Billie Eilish, emo teen icon, sat down with Green Day legend Billie Joe Armstrong for a joint interview with Rolling Stone. Can you imagine a remix of “Bury a Friend” and “Wake Me Up When September Ends”? I can, and it’s blowing my mind.

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          “[My next album] haunts me,” she said. “There was a period where I was like, ‘Do I even enjoy music?’ It just felt like so much touring.” It’s not the actual shows that bother Eilish...it’s everything else. Here’s what she had to say in full:

          “I don’t mean the shows. The shows are always my favorite part. But it was just traveling and being alone all the time, on a cold bus in Europe, horrible food, and when you come back, everyone’s kind of moved on from you. This last tour I went on was the first I’ve ever enjoyed. I feel like I have this amazing thing that now I actually see.”

          It sounds like the When We All Fall Asleep Tour—which began in April 2019 and is scheduled to continue through July—is not the one that made Eilish question her love of music, but there’s no doubt it’s had its own struggles. Back in September, the singer sprained her ankle at the beginning of a show in Italy and someone stole one of her rings 500 Internal Server Error

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          The conversation quickly turned to more positive topics, like the fact that Eilish used to have Armstrong as her phone wallpaper...can relate. My favorite moment, though, came when the pair decided that “genre” is dead. RIP.

          Armstrong: You’re part of a generation where music becomes, like, genre-fluid.
          Eilish:
          Oh, I can’t stand that!
          Armstrong:
          Stand what?
          Eilish:
          Genres!
          Armstrong:
          I thought you meant “genre-fluid.” Like, “What you said was bullshit!”
          Eilish:
          I bet it was hard to kind of be in a world where it was only genres. Right now, it’s kind of like there’s no limit to what genre you can put yourself in. There’s still a little bit of a barrier, but I think when people were trying to be not everything else, there was a line. But people were like, “Wait, we like everything else!”

          Love this for them. Everything about the entire interview is great, actually. I would have asked just one last question: When’s the collab coming?

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