Billie Eilish’s fans are speculating that her next song might be called ‘Lost Cause’ after she dropped a hint in her latest Instagram post.
Last week, the ‘Happier Than Ever’ artist revealed that she will release a brand new song.
But Billie’s latest Instagram post has sparked wide rumours about the potential name of her next single.
Here’s why fans think the song might be called ‘Lost Cause’, as well as their reactions on social media.
Billie Eilish hints at ‘nothing but a lost cause’
On Monday (May 31st), Billie Eilish dropped a hint about the name of her next single, causing a huge social media buzz among her followers and fans.
The Instagram post comes after the news that she will release a new song this week.
Taking to her profile, Billie first shared a selfie of her, followed by a close-up selfie of her bangs and a third image showing a car tire.
Alongside the pictures, Billie captioned her post: “nothing but a lost cause”. The post has received a whopping 9 million likes and many different comments from social media users.
Many of Billie’s fans are speculating that the song’s name could be ‘Lost Cause’ which she might drop with a vintage car music video.
We’ll just have to wait a few more days to find out.
When is Billie Eilish dropping her new song?
- This week.
On Friday (May 28th), Billie revealed that she will drop a new song this week but an exact day is yet to be confirmed.
“New song out next week,” she captioned her Instagram post, alongside a short video of herself.
A lot of the singer’s fans are wondering whether she might release her next single this Friday on June 4th. This is currently unconfirmed but you can keep an eye on Billie’s social media handles for more hints.
Fans react on Twitter
Many social media users can’t hold their excitement about Billie’s new song.
“‘LOST CAUSE’ is currently trending on twitter amid Billie’s latest Instagram post hinting towards an upcoming song release!” tweeted one person.
“Billie Eilish’s new song is lost cause. Mark my word,” claimed another one.
Check out more reactions down below.