Scenes showing Eilish dancing wildly are interspersed with her feeding pigeons, getting a nosebleed while wearing a white outfit in a blue room with a clock, pouring milk and cereal into a suited man's mouth against the backdrop of a red desert, riding on a miniature car with a gang of men on tricycles, wearing snorkel gear while men's heads float in plastic bags above her, and sitting on a wall in front of a group of overweight men who flex their bellies to the beat.
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The video ends in a sinister way as Eilish sits on the back of a man who does push-ups in a dark, red room. The video was positively received by music critics. Uproxx's White called the use of "!!!!!!! This one features a lot of weirdo imagery Eilish has promoted "Bad Guy" through a number of live performances.
On May 7, , she sang it on Jimmy Kimmel Live! For their reinterpretation, Bastille added guitars and backup singers, and changed the song's lyrical plot by modifying the original line "I'm the bad guy" to "You're the bad guy". It replaces the original lyrics with jokes about fatherhood.
On July 9, , Eilish used her Instagram to dismiss rumours about a second studio album, hinting at the upcoming release of a secret project. Her brother Finneas O'Connell retweeted a tweet Justin Bieber had written the day before saying "Remix", leading to speculation. The remix has identical credits to the original "Bad Guy" with the addition of Bieber and Jason Boyd as songwriters and composers.
He sings lyrics including: "I got more ice than, than the snow", "Cause I don't sleep, please don't wake me" and "It ain't political", adding the ad libitum "skrrt! Music critics gave mixed reviews of the remix upon its release, mostly commenting on Bieber's appearance. Lake Schatz of Consequence of Sound wrote that Bieber's contribution failed to make a "huge" impact.
His sickly sweet voice glides over the thumping beat, creating an interesting and irresistible contrast". Credits adapted from Tidal. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Darkroom Interscope. Digital download streaming via album. Bad Guy — Billie Eilish — Tidal". March 29, Retrieved July 13, Note: Access the 'Credits' button.
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Which is unusual in fantasy, I've read a lot and I know the tropes. But here Myer surprised me in a totally true-to-character way by several of her main POV characters choosing difficult paths that caused lots of juicy angst. People don't end up necessarily being who you think they'll be, or loving those they start out with.
This is an ensemble cast novel, begun with a pair of Poets kind of like wandering Bards in this world who are traveling to a city for a contest to be named greatest Poet in the land by the very powerful King's Poet, Nickon Gerrard. Both are handsome, talented, hero material: but in disposition they are the moon and the sun.
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You can kind of guess what's going to happen there, can't you? And there's also a girl heading towards the same contest And there is the daughter of a rich merchant being courted by a nobleman. All the characters will be thrust from their usual lives and assumed futures as the contest ends exile, bloodshed, and danger to the entire kingdom because someone is using blood divination magic.
This is lovely, lyrical, darkening alternate world fantasy. And I readily fell in love with the characters. The ending of the book felt rushed, I won't lie.
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I might have been tempted to only give 4. In the end, I didn't actually care enough to change my stars. It's so rare like not since discovering Melina Marchetta, actually that a fantasy novel has sung to me like this. Luckily, it looks like the author has another book coming out next year set in the same world. Oct 15, Aidan rated it really liked it.
On the surface, Ilana C. Magic, once thought lost, is returning to Eivar, for good or ill, and the fate of the world is at stake. On her website, Myer cites Guy Gavriel Kay and Robin Hobb as a major touchstones in her development as a reader and novelist. Their fingerprints are all over this novel. Last Song Before Night caught me completely by surprise. Read an expanded review here. There were things about this I liked a lot and for most of the things I didn't I'm willing to give this debut author the benefit of the doubt and attribute them to first book difficulties. The story and characters were interesting enough that I might read the sequel that is apparently planned.
However, it didn't leave a real impression on me. Which is kind of a problem. I'm usually pretty impressionable. May 25, Sara rated it did not like it Shelves: books-that-make-you-go-hmmmm , epic-fantasy. I went back and forth with this book, my first experience with a genuinely bad audio book, and I can't help but wish I'd read it if only because every now and then there is just barely great potential in this very, very, very, very long and for the most part very, very, very very boring "high fantasy" epic.
We open in the city of Tamryllin in the kingdom of Eivar where the people are gathering for a huge festival. The high point is to be an epic contest between poets each of whom hopes to win th I went back and forth with this book, my first experience with a genuinely bad audio book, and I can't help but wish I'd read it if only because every now and then there is just barely great potential in this very, very, very, very long and for the most part very, very, very very boring "high fantasy" epic.
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The high point is to be an epic contest between poets each of whom hopes to win the fabled Silver Branch. Poets in Eivar are trained at the "Academy" where they learn music and the ancient art of song writing. Hundreds of years in their past poets once commanded great magical power through their songs but the power has since been lost though rumors persist that it can be accessed again through something called "the path" and that some poets may be seeking it now.