Billie Eilish Reveals The Message Behind 'All The Good Girls Go To Hell'
By Katrina Nattress
April 24, 2020
This week, Billie Eilish and FINNEAS performed a special livestream session from their home for Verizon's Pay It Forward Live series, and during their stripped down set the pop star cleared the air about her song "all the good girls go to hell."
“Now as much as people want to believe this song is about me being a devil worshipper and being satan, it’s not about that. It’s about global warming, and we wrote this song like three years ago," she divulged before singing the track off her debut album When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?
"The deeper meaning of the song is about global warming and climate strike and what’s really important," she continued. "This song is about the world and trying to save it, and people not believing that it needs to be saved."
Watch the siblings' full Pay It Forward Live set below.
Verizon's Pay It Forward Live was created to help local businesses affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Verizon has pledged to donate $10, up to $2.5 million, to support small businesses every time someone uses the hashtag #PayitForwardLIVE during an event.
This isn't the only livestream event in which the siblings have participated. They also were part of the iHeart Radio Living Room Concert For America, James Corden's Homefest, John Krasinski's virtual prom, and the Lady Gaga-curated One World: Together At Home concert.