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Billie Eilish releases music video for queer, danceable song ‘Lunch’


Hit talks about longing for another girl and features the singer embracing her sexuality for the first time

Billie Eilish has released the self-directed music video for “Lunch,” a dance track from her third studio album, “Hit Me Hard and Soft,” released this Friday (5/17). The video explores the same energetic freedom as early 2000s iPod commercials, with Eilish dancing against white, red and blue backdrops throughout the technicolor clip.

The era is also evoked in the loose clothing and colorful caps, in the style of turn-of-the-century rappers. But the clothing also expresses the singer’s current phase, which resumes a style that she had abandoned in the blonde and more feminine phase of “Happier Than Ever” (2021). As she explained to Rolling Stone magazine last April, writing that hit was part of an attempt to come to terms with her sexual orientation. “I wrote a little before I even did anything with a girl, and I wrote the rest after. I’ve been in love with girls my whole life, but it wasn’t until last year that I realized I wanted there to be my face. a vagina. I never thought in a million years I would talk about my sexuality.”

The song is an ode to the singer’s insatiable desire for another girl. “I could eat that girl for lunch / Yeah, she dance on my tongue / She taste like she might be the one / And I couldn’t get enough / I could buy her so many things / It’s a wish, not a crush, huh” , Eilish sings in the chorus.

Source: Terra

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