Billie Eilish has announced that her forthcoming third album has been “mastered.”

Published by Cel Manero from Global One Media, Inc.

The upcoming album from Eilish will be a follow-up to her 2021 release, ‘Happier Than Ever.’

Prepare yourselves, fans! Billie Eilish’s eagerly awaited third studio album might be on the verge of release.

In an update shared on Wednesday, the “TV” singer provided insight to her followers about her upcoming album via social media.

“my album is mastered,” Eilish, 22, announced on Instagram, accompanied by pictures of herself sporting a ninja mask adorned with stars.

While Eilish hasn’t disclosed further specifics about the impending album, mastering typically signifies the concluding phase of the recording journey.

Billie Eilish’s upcoming album will be the follow-up to her 2021 release, “Happier Than Ever,” and her 2019 debut album, “When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?”. In 2022, she dropped a two-track EP called “Guitar Songs” and gained accolades for her single “What Was I Made For?” featured on the Barbie soundtrack.

During a December appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Eilish mentioned that she was nearing completion of her third album, stating, “We are almost done with this new album. So, at some point, you will know more, but I’m not gonna say anything right now.”

In September, Eilish hinted at the new album’s progress during an interview with The Cookout, saying, “There is lots of music coming. There is a whole album of music coming. We’re in the final stages of making it, so that doesn’t mean it’s about to come out, but it is getting there, and it’s very exciting.”

In November, during a roundtable interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Eilish shared that she faced creative challenges before writing “What Was I Made For?”

“I honestly was concerned that it was over for me,” Eilish confided to fellow artists Dua Lipa, Olivia Rodrigo, Jon Batiste, Cynthia Erivo, and Julia Michaels during a songwriter roundtable. “We’d been trying and it wasn’t doing what it usually would do in me. I was honestly like, ‘Damn, maybe I hit my peak and I don’t know how to write anymore?’”

However, a call from director Greta Gerwig, inviting her to contribute to the Barbie soundtrack, proved to be a turning point.

“Greta saved me, really, honestly,” the pop star disclosed. “It brought us out of it and immediately we were inspired and wrote so much more after that.”