Girl In Red has shared Billie Eilish‘s thoughts on her recent single ‘Serotonin’, as well as her thoughts on the pair collaborating in the future.
Taken from the Norwegian singer-songwriter’s long-awaited debut album ‘If I Could Make It Go Quiet‘ (out tomorrow), the single ‘Serotonin’ was co-produced by Eilish’s brother and collaborator Finneas – who she says brought “fresh ears and a fresh take” the song, along with “extra energy” and “weird suggestions”.
Asked if Billie gave feedback on the track during the writing process, Ulven told NME: “She did hear it. Billie said that the lyrics were bonkers, and that’s insane. I’m so stoked.”
On the chances of collaborating with Eilish in future, Ulven said: “No! I think that’s a pretty far-out question. I would love that one day, never say never, but right now I don’t know who I am when it comes to working with other musicians in that way.
“It was OK to have Finneas come on board because it was my track and my story. Doing a song with another person and having both our names on it is something I need to figure out, but luckily I have time – unless I get hit by a bus.”
In a four-star review of Girl In Red’s debut album, NME concluded: “A cinematic widening of scope, ’If I Could Make It Go Quiet’ occasionally leans back on some blockbuster tropes, but in the stand-out moments Ulven proves that she’s more than capable of rabble-rousing indie-rock and slow-burning yearning alike.”
Girl In Red also recently announced details of a massive UK and European tour for 2022.
Billie Eilish meanwhile, is about to drop her new single ‘Your Power‘ from her upcoming second album ‘Happier Than Ever‘ – which is due for release on July 30.
Credit: Original article published here.