Billie Eilish has teamed up with Spotify to present his first foray into HD audio.
Later this year, Spotify Premium subscribers in select global markets will have the opportunity to upgrade their sound quality to Spotify HiFI – delivering music to a level that is said to rival CD equality.
The new offer, which comes after Amazon Music, Deezer and Tidal introduced similar services, was introduced by Eilish and her brother Finneas during Spotify Stream included livestream.
“High-quality sound means more information, there are things you won’t hear if you don’t have a good sound system,” Eilish said. “It’s really important only because we make that kind of music [we] i want to be heard the way it’s done. “
Finneas added, “Whenever someone really needs time to sit down to our music and listen to it in a really quality way, it’s very exciting because I know they hear everything we’ve meant for them.”
Spotify will launch the service in 85 new markets, including Asia, Africa, Europe and Latin America / Caribbean, later this year.
Eilish recently shared a live version of the film “ilomilo” taken from her upcoming documentary The world is a little blurred.
The film will arrive on Apple TV + later this week (February 26) and will follow the teenage pop star behind the scenes on his journey so far.
Eilish spoke about her reaction to the first glance of the documentary earlier this month. “We were in my living room,” she said. “I said,‘ No, no one is allowed to see it – not even my family – no one is allowed to see it until I saw it, because I knew there were some things I was going to be killed for. “
“It simply came to our notice then. My stomach ached all day, but I cried a lot with joy. I would never have thought that someone would be able to capture exactly what is happening in such a beautiful, intimate way. “