Billie Eilish has dropped her dark video for “all the good girls go to hell” that's pretty demonic. 

The 17-year-old musician was teasing us yesterday with cryptic Instagram Stories and a gigantic video display in Times Square. 

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Eilish began dropping teasers on her Instagram Story, first dropping a clip of her track “all the good girls go to hell” from her album WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO? 

She followed up the clip with an image that said “haven’t you been waiting long enough?” And then, her final teaser told those in New York to head to Times Square and watch the screens at 4:00 p.m. You can see those teasers below as well as the video teaser in Times Square. 

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Now, the video is here and it’s just as creepy as we expected. It starts out by paying a nod to her "bury a friend" video where she's stuck in the back with several injections.

Then, Eilish is seen as some kind of creature with wings that falls out of the sky into what looks like a pit of tar. She walks through a burning city and the entire thing is pretty trippy. You can see it down below. 

You can listen to Eilish’s full debut album below. 

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Eilish recently called out NYLON Germany magazine after the company allegedly created a photoshopped image of her for the cover without her knowledge or consent.

NYLON unveiled the cover as part of their “Digital Prodigies” issues. The cover featured photoshopped image of Eilish appearing to be shirtless and bald.

Eilish responded to the Instagram post of her cover, claiming her and her team knew nothing about the piece.

“what the fuck is this shit.

  • i was never approached by nylon about this piece whatsoever. i did not know it was happening nor did anyone on my team.
  • this is not even a real picture of me. i had absolutely no creative input.
  • youre gonna make a picture of me shirtless?? thats not real?? at 17? and make it the cover???? even if the picture was supposed to look like some robot version of me… i did not consent in any way.

    Later, the magazine company edited their post claiming their only intention was to honor Eilish’s impact and her work.

    The post has since been removed from NYLON’s Instagram page.

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