Billie Eilish Throws Sleepover Party After Breakup in Sensual ‘Lost Cause’ Music Video

The self-directed video for the contemporary RnB track off her upcoming album ‘Happier Than Ever’ shows the ‘Bad Guy’ singer inviting her friends over to a sleepover party after she experiences a breakup.

AceShowbizBillie Eilish has finally unveiled the music video for “Lost Cause” which is off her upcoming album “Happier Than Ever”. The self-directed video for the contemporary R&B track shows the young singer inviting her friends over for a sleepover party after she seemingly experiences a breakup.

The video opens with the girls donning matching blue outfits while moving sensually on the bed. They also have some fun in nude colored ensembles before rushing to the kitchen to grab any food and drinks they want for late-night snacks.

In another scene, the “Bad Guy” hitmaker enjoys an outdoor activity, including water gun and silly string fights, with her girl friends while singing about how her ex is a “lost cause.” Billie sings over the slow-sensual melody, “Thought you had your shit together, but damn, I was wrong (Wrong)/ You ain’t nothin’ but a lost cause (Cause, cause)/ And this ain’t nothin’ like it once was (Was, was)/ I know you think you’rе such an outlaw/ But you got no job (Job).”

Seemingly not too sad over the breakup, the Grammy winner sings, “I used to wish you were mine (Mine)/ But that was way before I realized/ Someone like you would always be so easy to find.” The music video also sees Billie attempting a bit of choreography.

Promoting the music video of the “Lost Cause”, Billie shared a clip from the visuals on her Instagram account. ” ‘Lost Cause’ SONG AND VIDEO OUT NOWWWWWW YEEEEEEEEE we had the time of our lives being hot & shooting this heeheeeeeehee ENJOY LOL,” so she captioned the video.

“Lost Cause” is the the fourth song that is released ahead of her sophomore album “Happier Than Ever”, which is set to be dropped on July 30. Other songs that will be included in the highly-anticipated album are “My Future,” “Therefore I Am” and “Your Power”, all of which landed in the Top 10 of the Billboard Hot 100.

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