Here’s what people are saying about the new Billie Eilish album.

Billie Eilish just dropped her new album When We Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? on Friday.  Needless to say, people have themselves some thoughts after letting it bounce around their ear canals.  Here are just a few of them:

Stacey Anderson, Pitchfork:  “Eilish’s creepy eccentricity feels so removed from the pop formula; it helps distance her from the music industry’s historically lewd maceration of teen idols. Eilish just seems sharper, meaner, more self-sufficient—a young star from Los Angeles, in the grand tradition, but one that could only have come along while its hills are burning.”

Jon Pareles, New York Times: “Eilish began her career establishing what kind of pop star she doesn’t intend to be. With her debut album, she’s even tougher: tough enough to show some heart.”

Craig Jenkins, Vulture: “Eilish has only been writing music for five years; she composed her first song at 12 and recorded her first one at 13. She’s sharper than a lot of writers who’ve been at it for much longer.”

Here’s track 7 from the new album, captured when Billie visited #TheLounge at 101WKQX.  Enjoy.  — [eric]