"🙈🙈🙈tomorrow" she captioned the 20-second teaser, which proves the new song will fit nicely with the rest of her haunting repertoire.
"Can't you hear me, I'm not coming home," she softly sings in the clip (presumably the pre-chorus or chorus). "Don't you understand, I've changed my plans."
Yesterday (July 28), the 18-year-old shared the single's surreal artwork, which depicts the black and green haired singer as an anime-style character, sitting on a grassy hill under a tree, gazing up at the moon.
"My Future" comes out July 30 at 4pm PST. Listen to the snippet below.
Billie Eilish and her brother FINNEAS have kept busy during quarantine and participated in a handful of benefit livestreams including the iHeartRadio Living Room Concert For America, James Corden's Homefest, John Krasinski's virtual prom, the Lady Gaga-curated One World: Together At Home concert, and Verizon's Pay It Forward Live series.
They've also been writing music. “We wrote a whole song in its entirety — an entire song, which is kind of rare for us. I really love it,” Eilish teased in an interview in May, which may have been in reference to "My Future."
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