Billie Eilish has good news for her fans. The cinematic concert titled Happier than Ever: A Love Letter to Los Angeles is now available on Disney+ Hotstar.
During the concert, the Grammy Award-winning musician performed the songs on his new album, Happier than Ever in order by number on the album for the first time at the Hollywood Bowl.
The Your Power singer deliberately chose Los Angeles as the city where the cinematic concert shooting took place. The reason, it was the city where he grew up.
“To be able to present an album that I dedicate to the city where I grew up and I love so much through this special experience is a very exciting thing for me. I hope this work can be enjoyed by all of you,” said Billie Eilish in a press release.
Happier than Ever: A Love Letter to Los Angeles is directed by Robert Rodriguez and Patrick Osborn. In the cinematic concert, Billie Eilish did not appear alone. The show also featured his brother and producer, Finneas, the Los Angeles Children’s Chorus, and the Los Angeles Philharmonic.
In addition, the concert also involved Gustavo Dudamel as musical and artistic director, Romero Lubambo on guitar, David Campbell with orchestral arrangements, Kerry Asmussen as concert director, and Pablo Berron as photography director.
“Disney is an incredibly iconic name, and to be able to collaborate with Disney on this project is an honor for me,” said Billie Eilish.
As director, Robert Rodriguez said he was delighted to be working with Billie Eilish and Finneas. Because he has long admired the music produced by the brothers.
“My family and I are huge fans of Billie and Finneas. Both are world-class talents who are very talented. It is an honor for me to work with them on this film,” said Robert Rodriguez.
“The combination of narrative and animated elements that complete Billie’s performance in concert is so extraordinary, which makes this spectacular event very unique,” he continued.
Billie Eilish’s new album, Happier Than Ever, is scheduled to be released this week, to be precise on July 30, 2021. Previously, he had released a number of singles from the album, including Your Power, Lost Cause, and NDA.