Billie Eilish traveled down memory lane- explicitly Abbey Road – to cover The Beatles’ “Something” on SiriusXM’s Alt Nation channel Thursday (Dec. 3).

She conveyed the exclusive radio performance just as acoustic versions of her own songs, including her most recent Billboard Hot 100 No. 2 hit “Therefore I Am,” the three-time Grammy-selected sensation “Everything I Wanted,” and her debut single “Ocean Eyes.”

Her brother and maker FINNEAS joined her for a meeting with SiriusXM’s Jeff Regan about what’s in store from the subsequent album to her Billboard 200 No. 1 debut project When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? while kidding about its title.

“Everything about every song is very different but somehow cohesive, and I think that was kind of the same with the last album,” Eilish said in a see cut from SiriusXM’s Twitter.

She likewise examined the mind-boggling impacts of being youthful in the music business and how the web couldn’t care less about “the undeveloped brain,” which Finneas teased should be the name of her sophomore set.

The hitmaking brother-sister team recently covered The Beatles when playing out a stripped-down rendition of “Yesterday” for the in memoriam tribute at the 2020 Oscars back in February.

She performed “I Will” by The Beatles on the ukulele, the first song she ever figured out how to play on the instrument, during her “Carpool Karaoke” meeting on The Late Show With James Corden a year ago.

Eilish’s performance and meeting will air on SiriusXM’s Alt Nation channel Thursday, Dec. 3 at 5 p.m. ET and PT by means of SiriusXM radios (channel 36) and on the SiriusXM application. The meeting will rebroadcast over time only On Demand on the SiriusXM application.

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