Billie Eilish ‘Happier Than Ever’ review

There’s still more that unites Eilish and her young fan base than separates them, and “Happier Than Ever” meets any divide head on. It’s an album about feeling imprisoned — by your body, by expectations, by trauma, by the unrelenting gaze of others. Celebrity, like young adulthood, is awkward and exposing and destabilizing. In an era of selfies and TikTok, where everyone is micro-famous anyway, you don’t have to be a pop star to understand.

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