At 19 years old, Billie Eilish is one of the world's most beloved pop stars and a seven-time Grammy winner. Her sophomore album, Happier Than Ever, has already been embraced as her most unsparingly honest and sonically diverse yet.
Billie Eilish's new single, "Your Power," has been trending on Twitter and tons of GIFs have been made. The song's lyrics call out people who abuse their power -- particularly men with younger women in the entertainment industry. Some fans believe the song is about her ex, Q, who she started dating when she was 16 and he was 22.
The song also takes on crucial systemic issues, like the abuse of power by powerful men. This is something that Eilish has dealt with in her own life, and she uses her experience to craft songs that are relatable to everyone.
In the music video for "Your Power," Billie Eilish appears to be wearing an oversized sweater that says, "I'm better than you." She is surrounded by flowers and other bright colors. Then, the lights start flickering and she begins to dance, presumably in celebration of her own success.
It's a beautiful, soothing music video and a perfect way to launch the new song. But it also suggests some darker emotions that may be lingering in her past.
You Can't Explain It Conclusion: Another great track from the album, "Happier Than Ever," lays bare the fact that you can't explain why you're not happy with someone. It's a powerful, therapeutic tune that speaks to the feelings that you have when you're in a relationship.