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Billie Eilish - When We All Fall ASleep Where Do We Go? (2019) Published: March 29/19 Released: March 29/19 albumAlternative14 Tracks • 42 Minutes
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95%
    SELECTED LINE: Eilish uses intimacy to amplify scares. -The Guardian
    WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO? is the debut studio album by Billie Eilish, released by Darkroom/Interscope Records on March 29, 2019.
    Preview
    1. !!!!!!!0:13
    2. bad guy3:14
    3. xanny4:03
    4. you should see me in a crown3:00
    5. all the good girls go to hell2:48
    6. wish you were gay3:41
    7. when the party's over3:16
    8. 82:53
    9. my strange addiction2:59
    10. bury a friend3:13
    11. ilomilo2:36
    12. listen before i go4:02
    13. i love you4:51
    14. goodbye1:59
℗ 2019 Darkroom/Interscope Records
Critic Reviews (103)

If her stunning debut LP demonstrates nothing else, Eilish has proven, in fine style, that she’s only just getting started.

2 years ago


I have not been able to stop listening.

2 years ago

Odyssey Odyssey

Eilish is one true song stylist as she takes her fans and listeners on a musical journey with her.

100% 2 years ago

Digital Journal Digital Journal

Eilish is really doing something quite fresh here.

80% 2 years ago

DEAD PRESS! DEAD PRESS!

When We Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?, is burning up the charts – and with good reason.

60% 2 years ago

NOW Magazine NOW Magazine

An album that has deservedly captured the attention of everyone.

80% 2 years ago

The Young Folks The Young Folks

It’s exhilarating when pop stars throw caution to the wind like this.

70% 2 years ago

SpectrumCulture SpectrumCulture

The whole album is a beautifully comprehensive piece of music.

2 years ago

Atwood Magazine Atwood Magazine

Pitched somewhere between Lorde and Lana Del Rey, it mines a dark, spare sound that emphasizes Eilish’s dead-eyed attitude and sophisticated wit, bringing together folk, EDM and hip-hop influences.

2 years ago

San Francisco Chronicle San Francisco Chronicle

Her young age does not prevent Billie Eilish from coming out with a strong debut.

80% 2 years ago

Indiestyle Indiestyle

With such a strong starting piece, she could well be the inspiration that the likes of Taylor Swift, Lady Gaga, and Katy Perry will use to try to stay relevant.

100% 2 years ago

SCMP Young Post SCMP Young Post

A highly anticipated and eclectic album, without a doubt, but it is not without its growing pains.

70% 2 years ago

Erie Reader Erie Reader

Billie Eilish, pop's new teen whiz.

2 years ago

The Straits Times The Straits Times (TOP)

If you want a playlist to cover every possible mood people will experience during a party, you’re on to a winner.

60% 2 years ago

Stereoboard (UK) Stereoboard (UK)

When We Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? keeps listeners guessing.

2 years ago


This album cements her as a force to be reckoned with.

90% 2 years ago

The Spill Magazine (CA) The Spill Magazine (CA)

The result is a brilliantly diverse mix of electro-pop, trap, R'n'B and folk.

80% 2 years ago

Newcastle Herald (AU) Newcastle Herald (AU)

A beautiful disaster that combines contradictions with clichés.

2 years ago

Junkee Junkee

The album is impressive from start to finish, with few missteps in-between.

2 years ago

mxdwn mxdwn

This album sticks out for its bare-bones operation between Eilish and her brother.

2 years ago


Eilish does not have to adapt to fit trends; she is the trend.

2 years ago

A Bit of Pop Music A Bit of Pop Music

Billie Eilish has cemented herself as a bonafide pop star.

80% 2 years ago

its all dead its all dead

As much as Eilish seems to be on top of the world at this point, this is a sight that’s been seen countless times before.

50% 2 years ago

The Soundboard The Soundboard

When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? reveals she's a savvy character-crafter.

2 years ago

Student Edge Student Edge

It is a pleasure to listen to from start to finish.

2 years ago


Eilish has created something impressively unique and meaningful.

2 years ago

Soundigest Soundigest

The results sound ghostly but glossy.

60% 2 years ago

Daily Mail (UK) Daily Mail (UK)

By the end of 2019 this album will not be forgotten.

86% 2 years ago

THEFRESHCOMMITTEE THEFRESHCOMMITTEE

Maybe Gens Z and X will learn to coexist after all. Just don’t ask Y.

2 years ago

City Pages City Pages

I’m a big Billie Eilish fan now and am looking forward to her next album.

2 years ago

Her Campus Her Campus

The album is nothing revelatory, but it’s fun.

67% 2 years ago

Earbuddy Earbuddy

After such a flawlessly creative release, it’s hard to imagine Billie ever doing wrong.

90% 2 years ago

X-Press Magazine (AU) X-Press Magazine (AU)

A very powerful mature new sound.

80% 2 years ago

de Volkskrant de Volkskrant

Eilish's​ genre-bending pop is a culmination of Gen Z's joyless exploration of the world, and signals a welcome end to the cookie-cutter teenage pop star.

70% 2 years ago

The Sydney Morning Herald The Sydney Morning Herald (TOP)

A level of emotionalism that artists well into their 40s and 50s struggle to attain.

2 years ago


For her fans, When We All Fall Asleep is yet another iteration of her fluid approach to genre, and intensely personal lyricism.

2 years ago

NOISEY NOISEY

Eilish capitalizes on her immense hype, proving that she more than deserves to stick around for years to come.

73% 2 years ago

Paste Magazine Paste Magazine

When We Fall Asleep is a thoroughly assured effort cloaked in darkness and sputtering effects that features spot-on songwriting at its core, along with the occasional ukulele and a say-no-to-drugs message on “Xanny.”

60% 2 years ago

Philly.com Philly.com

This is a stunning debut, and we’re almost certain to hear more great things from Billie Eilish soon.

2 years ago

Weekender Weekender

Eilish’s debut makes a strong case that it won’t be long until we see her in a crown.

91% 2 years ago

Consequence of Sound Consequence of Sound

An artful, well-crafted, and unique pop album.

80% 2 years ago

theneedledrop theneedledrop

14 tracks of moody, genre-defying brilliance.

2 years ago

CelebMix CelebMix

Eilish leaves us desperate for more with the bold statement of an artist who is only just starting to find her voice.

90% 2 years ago

Beat Magazine Beat Magazine

It's the deeper sincerity and complexity that makes WWFAWDWG truly special.

2 years ago

ABC Australia ABC Australia

When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? is moody and ominous.

2 years ago

BreatheHeavy.com BreatheHeavy.com

It exists on a lunar-outpost of its own creation.

2 years ago

Nialler𝟫 Nialler𝟫

Overall this album heavily impresses with a dark and moody twist on growing up in this current state of the world.

2 years ago

Thomas Bleach Thomas Bleach

The end result is an impeccable debut album.

90% 2 years ago

Idolator Idolator

The balance of strange and simple usually works.

2 years ago


The album creates a reality for the listener to exist within, right at Billie’s side.

90% 2 years ago

The Harvard Crimson The Harvard Crimson

Eilish has a distinct sound, with tracks which cover things that would scare away other artists.

100% 2 years ago

The Edge The Edge

It’s rare to hear someone so young have this much fun on their debut record while still crafting something that’s downright game-changing in its bravado.

2 years ago

Highsnobiety Highsnobiety

It’s an anxious, chilling collection of tracks that are simultaneously supernatural and undeniably human.

85% 2 years ago

The Line of Best Fit The Line of Best Fit

Every new listen of the album uncovers a new layer in the labyrinthian production.

2 years ago

UPROXX UPROXX

When We Fall Asleep immediately stands out as one of the best debut records of the decade.

2 years ago


A remarkable compilation from someone so young.

2 years ago


A beauty in minimalistic pop with a lo-fi edge.

2 years ago

Dancing Astronaut Dancing Astronaut

The production on the new songs has a slightly sinister, intentionally dark, and somewhat provocative tone that makes it a must-listen in 2019.

2 years ago

The Current The Current

Startlingly unique: Billie Eilish.

2 years ago

The Times of London The Times of London (TOP)

Fascinatingly ambitious, and often extremely fun, this debut finds pop in safe and thrilling hands.

80% 2 years ago

The Observer (UK) The Observer (UK) (TOP)

Sleekly produced but uncomfortably cursory in its explorations of loneliness and depression.

2 years ago

POPDUST POPDUST

She’s undoubtedly and apologetically doing something that is uniquely hers.

80% 2 years ago

RUN THE TRAP RUN THE TRAP

Despite the hints of old timers (you can also hear strains of Bowie and White Album Beatles here, too), this is a groundbreaking record.

80% 2 years ago

theartsdesk.com theartsdesk.com

You’re not going to find anything here especially original, unless you’re not yet old enough to relate to Melodrama and too young to remember Pure Heroine.

60% 2 years ago

Loud And Quiet Loud And Quiet

'WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO?' is a musical masterpiece.

2 years ago

Strife Magazine Strife Magazine

This debut feels strangely profound and infinitely danceable.

80% 2 years ago

411MANIA 411MANIA

Each new look into Billie's world has offered something achingly authentic and uniquely her own, and that experience is maximized as an album.

2 years ago

RADIO.COM RADIO.COM

When We Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go is a volatile launching pad.

70% 2 years ago

Sputnikmusic Sputnikmusic

Eilish is a star who’ll keep burning as long as she does not burn out.

2 years ago


I hope she can enjoy the fact that these songs will send her stratospheric.

80% 2 years ago

Evening Standard Evening Standard

We have not the faintest idea where we end up when we fall asleep, but Billie Eilish's songs accompany us, numb more than dreamy, in a state of liberating drowsiness.

100% 2 years ago

Rolling Stone Italia Rolling Stone Italia

Billie Eilish offers moments of macabre brilliance on her uneven debut album.

2 years ago

The Saturday Paper The Saturday Paper

Forget the hype and listen carefully to her debut with the far too long title and you will hear a fledgling artist looking for her voice.

70% 2 years ago

humo (BE) humo (BE)

She’s well on her way.

2 years ago


It’s unexpectedly fantastic, actually. The kids are right about her.

80% 2 years ago

Financial Times Financial Times (TOP)

A marvellously expansive record with plenty to show off the teenager's extraordinary eye for diverse songwriting.

80% 2 years ago

MYSTIC SONS MYSTIC SONS

When We Fall Asleep… is often remarkable.

2 years ago

Hot Press Hot Press

While Eilish’s first album is far from perfect, it’s uniquely her own — thought-provoking, messy, brilliant in parts and shambolic in other.

2 years ago


‘When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?’ is a supremely exciting, innovative first move from a pop voice that feels utterly fresh and modern.

80% 2 years ago

DIY Magazine DIY Magazine

With her debut album, she’s even tougher: tough enough to show some heart.

2 years ago

The New York Times The New York Times (TOP)

A debut record that showcases a bold artistic vision and a willingness to move beyond the boundaries of pop conventions.

80% 2 years ago

Exclaim Exclaim

Asleep is frequently stunning and doubly so for a debut album by someone not even old enough to vote.

2 years ago

Vulture Vulture

Never has a teen pop star so gone dark.

70% 2 years ago


It's just contemporary pop.

83% 2 years ago

Musikexpress Musikexpress

She demonstrates that she can do it all, hinting at a bright future that could truly go in any direction, as messy and hopeful as youth can get.

80% 2 years ago

AllMusic AllMusic

A haunted house of pop dreams.

2 years ago

DiandraReviews DiandraReviews

When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? falls short of the dream scene we were hoping for.

56% 2 years ago

Far Out Magazine (UK) Far Out Magazine (UK)

When We All Fall Asleep, its artistic achievements aside, manages to exist somewhere between critique, honest reflection of the zeitgeist and a progression of the Billie Eilish mystery.

90% 2 years ago

EARMILK EARMILK

There’s something about Eilish that suggests she has more to offer than this.

40% 2 years ago

The Independent (UK) The Independent (UK) (TOP)

Eilish is continuing to create a sound that defies category but dominates the charts with her debut album.

2 years ago


It’s likely to cement her growing reputation as a 21st century music business unicorn who embodies all the creative and commercial promise of online youth culture.

2 years ago

The New York Times The New York Times (TOP)

Just when you’re starting to get comfortable, she throws out a surprise curveball to check you’re still paying attention.

2 years ago

HuffPost (UK) HuffPost (UK)

Billie Eilish’s dystopian hip-hop and balladry shows us what it’s like to be young now.

80% 2 years ago

The Times of London The Times of London (TOP)

On this debut, Billie Eilish delivers an exceptional body of work.

80% 2 years ago

The Irish Times The Irish Times (TOP)

‘When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?’ is a brave and fortuitous debut album from the LA teen, capturing the hopes, fears and vulnerabilities of an entire generation.

90% 2 years ago

Clash Music Clash Music

She links the Lana Del Rey dreaminess of her early songs with the savvy, hip-hop inspired artist that she has become.

2 years ago

The Quietus The Quietus

Her debut album, When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?, confirms what most teenagers already know: Eilish is something special, a pop avatar of a Generation Z mood of sensitive disaffection.

80% 2 years ago

The Telegraph (UK) The Telegraph (UK) (TOP)

Eilish has concocted one of the last great pop statements of the decade.

2 years ago

Stereogum Stereogum

Dark, jittering party anthems punctured by sardonic ballads, all determined to shock.

2 years ago

STACK STACK

A memorable and game-changing debut album.

100% 2 years ago

New Musical Express (NME) New Musical Express (NME) (TOP)

The debut album from the meteoric pop star lives in a world of its own: gothic, bass-heavy, at turns daring and quite beautiful.

72% 2 years ago


When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?” feels like a rock ‘n’ roll album, even if there’s virtually nothing on it that sounds like rock music.

2 years ago


Eilish uses intimacy to amplify scares.

80% 2 years ago

User Reviews (5)

JLuna06232 years ago
Different and great! All though Billie Eilish’s new song “Bury A Friend” isn’t heavily focused on the vocals, as most people are complaining about, the beat and the lyrics gives an eerie vibe to the song and makes the song very different from what you hear nowadays.

Momof2boys13142 years ago
Da Best This is hands down the best new artist that is releasing music constantly!!! You keep going Billie and be the star that you are!!! If only you could rate things more than 5 stars. She totally qualifies for that!!

Kkshk2 years ago
YES So glad she’s finally getting the recognition she deserves and can’t wait for the new album! So far the songs from the new album have been bomb af. Her music in general is just hauntingly beautiful! Love her.

Andra6942 years ago
Dark Angel Voice I love her the tone of her voice...I often forget I’m listening to such sad, emotionally deep songs bc her voice is so majestic.

BILLIE Billie is so talented for her age .Now before people start to say “But she mumbles and she’s creepy in her videos and she sounds creepy nowadays” She has a very talented voice and she has an alternative sound (witch I love) but she is a lot like me she hates herself in So many ways like me back to the point I CAN’T WAIT for the album so that’s it
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