As Eilish sings, dreamlike images flash behind her, from giant spiders to glowing-eyed sharks, creating an eerie but whimsical effect that matches the overall feeling of her music.
Then, in a quiet moment, Eilish picks up a guitar and sits down to sing. I love you, your power and TV alongside her brother, whom she tells the audience is her best friend and “the most talented person I know”.
It’s the quietest crowd of all night, watching with rapt attention and hanging on to every word.
Eilish later climbs onto a platform which is lifted by a crane, carrying her above the heads of the audience as she sings the earlier hits ocean eyes and Stomach ache.
At all times, Eilish comes across as down-to-earth – playing videos of her childhood on the big screen, taking a moment to pause and use her inhaler before commenting on the smoke hanging over the town from prescribed burns and to use his songs to promote climate action.
Overwhelmed with emotion, she said she was sad that the tour was ending and “every waking moment has been this tour…now I have to go write an album for you”.
The concert ended with a dramatic twist, like a cult classic Bad boy and the namesake of the tour happier than ever end the show accompanied by a cannon shot of white confetti.
Eilish will be back to perform her last concert of the world tour at the RAC Arena on Friday evening.
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