Billie Eilish headlined the Leeds Competition in Leeds, England, on Friday. The weekend-long fete featured fellow main acts like The Killers, Steve Lacy and The 1975.
For her efficiency, Eilish channeled her trademark sporty model in saggy basketball shorts and a graphic long-sleeve motocross jersey. She accessorized with a blue printed beanie, layered chain necklaces and a pair of high-top sneakers, sporting her darkish hair in pigtails.
Eilish has carried out at a collection of music festivals this summer season. In August alone she traveled throughout the globe to headline Sziget, Osheaga and Lollapalooza. On Sunday night, Eilish closed out the Studying Competition in Studying, England, following her Leeds gig.
In July, Eilish debuted her newest single, which appeared on the soundtrack for Greta Gerwig’s “Barbie.” Eilish cowrote “What Was I Made For?” alongside her brother and longtime artistic companion, Finneas O’Connell.
“We made this track for ‘Barbie’ and it means absolutely the world to me,” Eilish wrote on Instagram earlier than the track’s launch. This film is gonna change to ur lives and hopefully the track will too. Get able to sob.”
“What Was I Made For?” turned the soundtrack’s hottest tune on Spotify in July, racking up 30.9 million streams, surpassing Dua Lipa’s “Dance the Night time” and and Nicki Minaj’s and Ice Spice’s “Barbie World.”
A number of different main acts appeared on the “Barbie” soundtrack, together with Haim, Tame Impala and Charli XCX.