Where to buy Billie Eilish’s Happier Than Ever merch? Perhaps the most anticipated album of 2021, Happier Than Ever was released today, Friday, 30 July. Following the release of her sophomore album, Eilish has launched an extensive collection of merch – and fans are racing to Twitter to share their reaction.
Happier Than Ever lands with a bang
Happier Than Ever is the second studio album by American singer and songwriter Billie Eilish.
Perhaps the most anticipated album of 2021, Happier Than Ever was released on Friday, 30 July, by Darkroom and Interscope Records.
According to Pitchfork, Eilish wrote the album with her brother and primary collaborator Finneas, who produced the record in Los Angeles.
It follows her debut studio album, When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? (2019), which critics believes has redefined mainstream pop music.
Eilish has cited self-reflection as the biggest muse behind the record, with lyrical themes including emotional abuse, sexual coercion, fame and its negative impact, and mistrust, among others.
Five singles preceded the album: My Future, Therefore I Am, Your Power, Lost Cause, and NDA, all of which charted in the top 40 of the US Billboard Hot 100.
In an Instagram post announcing her release, Eilish wrote: “This was the most fulfilling most satisfying and profound experience I’ve ever had with my music…
“I love every song on this project so so much it literally scares me thinking about putting it out into the world for anyone to listen to… please take care of this project, it means the world to me.”
Where to buy Happier Than Ever merch?
Following the release of her sophomore album, Eilish has launched an extensive collection of merchandise, including CDs, cassettes, vinyl, necklaces, hoodies, sweatpants, T-shirts, amongst others.
CDs’ starting price is at $13.99, whilst vinyl is at $42.99, and cassettes are at $11.99.
Hoodies go from $138 to $209, T-shirts from $58 to $120, and sweatpants from $138 to $221.
Fans react to new Eilish merch drop
Billie Eilish fans have taken to Twitter to share their thought on the artist’s merchandise, with some calling out the singer for overpricing.