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Billie Eilish's "All the Good Girls Go to Hell" Music Video

Billie Eilish's "All the Good Girls Go to Hell" Video Is Beautifully Dark and Creepy

As someone who gets scared pretty easily, I pride myself on being able to stomach Billie Eilish's creepy (and stunning) music videos. But her latest for "All the Good Girls Go to Hell" is really testing the limits. While the song is about climate change as God and the devil discuss why humans are harming their own planet, the music video — a sort of continuation from her "Bury a Friend" clip — shows Eilish transforming into a winged creature covered in dark muck before walking through a fiery wasteland. Although the beginning is a bit nauseating, it's hard not to be totally entranced. Just be warned: you might consider sleeping with the lights on after watching it.

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