Billie Eilish unveils her new track ‘What Was I Made For?’ with a Barbie theme during her performance at Lollapalooza.

Published by Cel Manero from Global One Media, Inc.

The artist’s performance utilized solar energy and included a special homage to the departed actor Angus Cloud from the TV series ‘Euphoria’.

Billie Eilish took the opportunity to showcase her Barbie-themed song during her headline performance at Lollapalooza. During the event at Grant Park in Chicago, the 21-year-old Grammy winner presented a live rendition of “What Was I Made For?” for the first time. She performed the song while seated at the forefront of the stage, accompanied by the song’s music video playing in the backdrop.

For those who couldn’t attend the event, Billie Eilish, the artist behind “Happier Than Ever,” unveiled a striking transformation on Instagram. In a photo shared on Thursday, she revealed her daring choice of dyeing her roots a vibrant red shade, creating a striking contrast with her otherwise black hair.

Captioning the image with “Remember me?”, Eilish showcased her stage attire from her Lollapalooza performance. Her outfit included a Chicago Bulls NBA jersey in black, white, and red, accentuated by bold red piping to complement her newly red hair. Completing the ensemble, she adorned herself with layers of silver chains, donned sunglasses with orange-red lenses, and sported sneakers with red soles.

During her performance, the vocalist also honored Angus Cloud through her rendition of the song “Never Felt So Alone.” Angus Cloud, recognized for his role as Fezco in the popular HBO series Euphoria, tragically passed away at the age of 25 at his family residence in Oakland, California earlier in the week.

As the track, a collaboration with Labrinth and featured in the second season of Euphoria, concluded, the artist paid homage, proclaiming, “RIP Angus Cloud, everybody.” The audience responded with enthusiastic cheers.

Additionally, a noteworthy aspect of the singer’s headline act was the incorporation of solar-powered “zero-emissions battery systems,” a feature facilitated by Overdrive Energy Solutions. This innovative energy choice was introduced by the artist on Monday.

Before Billie Eilish and her brother, renowned music producer and songwriter Finneas, conceived their contribution to the Barbie soundtrack titled “What I Was Made For,” Eilish faced a period of uncertainty about her creative direction.

During a conversation with Apple Music 1 host Zane Lowe in July, Eilish shared that the song emerged during a time of creative frustration. She revealed that Finneas had always been the one encouraging them to continue writing, even when they were feeling stuck. Both artists had been grappling with a lack of inspiration during the preceding winter, and “What I Was Made For” was a breakthrough for them.

The pivotal point for Eilish came when she encountered Barbie and director Greta Gerwig, who seemingly tapped into her creative well. Reflecting on this experience, Eilish remarked, “They just pulled it out of me, I don’t know.”

Eilish and 25-year-old Finneas were given a preview of Barbie, watching an early version with Gerwig and a select group of Warner Bros. producers. At the conclusion of the screening, Gerwig encouraged them to create something if they felt inspired. While Finneas suggested the idea of crafting a “Barbie song,” Eilish initially dismissed it. She recognized that writing this track would be distinct from their work on the Oscar-winning title song for No Time to Die. Despite her reservations, the lyrics for “What I Was Made For?” flowed effortlessly, Eilish recounted.