Billie Eilish has shared a new self-directed video for ‘Chihiro’ – you can watch the visual below.

Yesterday (June 6), the singer-songwriter unveiled the ‘Chihiro’ visual, revealing she had directed the clip herself. It stars actor and musician Nat Wolff alongside Eilish. Sharing behind-the-scenes photos and clips on social media, Eilish called the music video “one of my favorite videos i’ve made”.

Watch the music video for ‘Chihiro’ below.


In a press release for the video, Eilish “envisioned a dreamlike narrative in which the long, dark hallways and shutting of doors symbolize the different corners of the mind.”

The press release continued: “She tumbles into an inescapable connection. The external expression of an internal push and pull, as our deepest feelings of fear, love, or desire inevitably catch up to us, no matter how hard we try to run away.”

The ‘Chihiro’ music video comes nearly a month after the singer shared the video for ‘Lunch’, which she also directed.

Billie Eilish’s latest album ‘Hit Me Hard And Soft’ scored a four-star review from NME, with Thomas Smith writing: “‘Hit Me Hard and Soft’ remains distinctly unique, a portrait of a singular talent entering young adulthood, exploring her queerness and experiencing the emotional thrill and (sometimes) catastrophe of chasing passion or falling in love. In trying to write an album for herself, she’s made one that will resonate harder than anything she’s done before.”

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