Billie Eilish Says Playing A Three Hour Concert Is “Psychotic”

Don’t expect more than a two-hour concert from beloved pop icon Billie Eilish. As Eilish celebrates the release of her third studio album Hit Me Hard and Soft she has been doing interviews, and sharing BTS on social media ahead of her upcoming tour. Fans are excited to interact with her more, but some have raised questions about her recent strong feelings on playing long concerts.

During a chat with fans on the Stationhead app, Eilish mentioned that her upcoming tour, Hit Me Hard and Soft, will not be an epic three-hour show. Unlike her peers Beyoncé and Taylor Swift with their Renaissance World Tour and Eras Tour, respectively.

Nobody wants that. You guys don’t want that. I don’t want that. I don’t even want that as a fan. My favorite artist in the world, I’m not trying to hear them for three hours.

Billie Eilish

Long concerts have been a thing of the past with legends like Paul McCartney having performed for many hours. Swifties are not happy with the shade she has thrown on their Goddess. Despite this, Eilish and Swift made headlines last week, as for the first time in eight years, two albums earned more than 300,000 equivalent album units in a single week. According to Billboard 200 album charts, Swift’s The Tortured Poets Department held the top spot for the fifth consecutive week with 378,000 units. Eilish’s album Hit Me Hard and Soft was at number 2 with a career-best 339,000 units. When fans asked if they could expect to hear all the new album songs on her upcoming world tour, Eilish mentioned that it wouldn’t be possible as it would make her shows “like a million years long.” Some fans expressed their disappointments on Twitter of this interview.

We have not heard Billie Eilish respond to any of the criticism or rumoured feuds. Her upcoming tour is sold out in most cities, join the waitlist here. Stay tuned to EDMTunes for all your latest music updates.