Billie Eilish plans to release eco-friendly album – Dazed

Billie Eilish plans to release eco-friendly album – Dazed

Billie Eilish is back with her third album Hit me hard and soft next month, which comes with a sustainability plan aimed at minimizing the release’s environmental impact.

Released on May 17, the album will be released without a single in advance so fans can listen to it “in one go.” According to Eilish official site, Hit me hard and soft will be released on eight different vinyl variants that will be produced “with the most sustainable practices available.”

“The standard black variant is made from 100% recycled black vinyl. The remaining seven colored vinyls will be made from ECO-MIX or BioVinyl. The first is created from a 100% recycled compound made from scraps of any color that could not be used otherwise,” he says. “These parts are recycled and reused for the production of future records; therefore, each disc will be unique and different from the previous one.

In addition, the singer’s tour products will also use a combination of leftover inventory, organic or recycled polyester or cotton and non-toxic dyes.

“My parents always kept me well-informed and hyper-aware of the fact that every choice we make and every action we take has an impact somewhere or on someone, good or bad, and that has always stuck with me.” , she said. Billboard earlier this year. “I can’t just ignore what I know and go about my business and my career without doing anything. That’s just not how I was raised, nor how I want to live my life.

Hit me hard and soft follows Billie Eilish’s 2021 album, Happier than ever, and she 2023 barbie hit “What Was I Made For?”, which was featured in Dazed’s best songs of 2023.


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