Billie Eilish Premiers New Holiday Single “come out and play” (Lyrics Review)
Billie Eilish released a new single a few hours ago and it is just the perfect track for the upcoming season. The new song “come out and play” is part of the holiday ad campaign ‘Share Your Gifts’ by Apple. Billie Eilish settles down to an almost-whisper-like tone for this new song and we can just listen to it the entire day snuggled in a cosy blanket with a hot chocolate drink.
The 16-year-old artist came into the spotlight with her latest singles “when the party’s over” and “you should see me in a crown.” However, she has been in the music business for some time with songs such as “hostage” from 2017. We can see Billie resting her usual eerie and haunting act for this new song.
“come out and play” invites everyone to not hide away with their talents, but rather showcase them to the world. And the world shall be your dance stage.
Listen to “come out and play” by Billie Eilish
Watch the Apple ad campaign featuring Billie’s track below.
Billie also delivered an amazing live performance of the song outside the Apple Store in Santa Monica before the release.
billie performing ‘come out and play’ at the apple store in santa monica pic.twitter.com/hAuW1Iktxi
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In the chorus of the song, Billie invites a person to not shy away. She assures that she understands how it feels to come out to the world. But Billie promises that the nervousness will be worth it.
“‘Cause it’s colder here inside in silence
You don’t have to keep it quiet”
It is ironical how Billie says it is “colder here inside” when in fact snow is outside and the inside should be fairly warm. However, she is speaking about our heart-how we feel lonely when it is not open to the world.
This song is a refreshing change of pace and theme by Billie Eilish, and we are in love.
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Complete Lyrics to “come out and play” by Billie Eilish