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Billie Eilish Shares Self-Directed ‘Chihiro’ Video

Billie Eilish recently released a video for “Chihiro,” featuring Nat Wolff.

The video, directed by Eilish herself, sees her running through an abandoned building and seeing a stranger, who who is played by the “Paper Towns” actor, emerging from one of the rooms. When she manages to catch him after a chase, he vanishes.

Eilish then finds the stranger standing in a hallway and manages to catch him. The two then become aggressive with each other.

“Open up the door, can you open up the door?/ I know you said before you can’t cope with any more,” she pleads on the Finneas-produced track. “You told me it was war, said you’d show me what’s in store/ I hope it’s not for sure, can you open up the door?”

The two then rush to the exit together. They are seen wrestling violently in the grass before getting affectionate with each other.

According to a release, Eilish “envisioned a dreamlike narrative in which the long, dark hallways and shutting of doors symbolize the different corners of the mind.” It continues, “She tumbles into an inescapable connection. The external expression of an internal push and pull, as our deepest feelings of fear, love, or desire inevitably catch up to us, no matter how hard we try to run away.”

Soon after the video was shared on YouTube, Eilish wrote on Instagram, “one of my favorite videos i’ve made & truly one of the greatest days of my life.”

“Chihiro” is from Eilish’s latest album, Hit Me Hard and Soft. The song debuted at No. 12 on the Billboard Hot 100.

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