Billie Eilish has spoken about how her creative process has evolved since her debut album, and reveals that she "couldn't be happier" with what she's been creating.
In a new video interview with Vanity Fair, Eilish answered a series of personal questions under four major topics: Identity, fame, family and work.
During the fourth segment of the interview about work, Eilish was asked how her creative process has changed since working on her 2019 debut album When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?. Eilish responded, "Honestly, everything is different. Like, we really haven't done anything the same, we haven't made any of it in the same place, we've grown so much in just the way we create, i've been writing so much more, and, honestly so much better than I ever have I feel. I feel like a different person, like, I really couldn't be happier with what I've been creating, and couldn't be prouder of myself than I am about what I feel that I have created."
Elsewhere in the interview, Eilish answers questions about what home means to her, when she felt her most vulnerable, when she felt the most trapped, the best and worst things about being famous and more.