Billie Eilish is stunning, modeling her homemade sound of honest and raw pop music. Since breaking onto the scene with “She’s Broken” on SoundCloud, she’s proven to be a voice of her generation.
She makes melancholic pop anthems that have stolen hearts. This teen’s authenticity, openness about mental health issues, and fashion sense are unique.
Each album dives deep into the heart of shared emotions. And that’s why ranking her discography isn’t just about the music. It’s about sifting through layers of societal issues for Gen Z.
Light a candle and get comfortable – we’re going through Eilish’s albums, from the bests to last.
Billie Eilish’s Albums Ranked
When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? (2019)
Pinnacle of our ranking is Billie Eilish’s groundbreaking debut album “When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?”.
The album is home to the gut-wrenching “Bury a Friend”, “When The Party’s Over”, and the energy-infused “Bad Guy”.
Despite her tender age, Eilish demonstrated extraordinary artistic craft. She also navigated the choppy waters of her sudden success to create a beautiful album.
This album was a statement to the world – a takeover of the music industry’s usual tales by Gen Z.
Happier Than Ever (2021)
On second position is sophomore, “Happier Than Ever”. It is an album marked by change and growth.
Shedding the skin of the troubled teen image painted by the media and emerging as a confident artist. Building on the foundations of her debut. Eilish reincarnated her sound while preserving the authenticity her fans admire.
The confrontational “Therefore I Am” deconstructs her experience with fame and the media. The title track “Happier Than Ever” starts soft and then explodes into a fuelled lament.
The album’s vintage production strikes a balance between modern pop and older influences.
Don’t Smile at Me (EP) (2017)
Although not technically an album, it would be a disservice to exclude her debut EP “Don’t Smile at Me”. Therefore we give it a third place.
This was the world’s first appetizer to Eilish’s distinctive sound. Songs like “Ocean Eyes” and “Bellyache” began painting the soundscape that would go on to define her.
Eilish’s mastery, drenched in visceral lyrics was evident with this debut.
In conclusion, Billie Eilish’s discography is a rollercoaster ride through Gen Z’s realities.
First, the haunting alleys of “When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?”. Then, “Happier Than Ever”. And finishing with the the explorative beginnings of “Don’t Smile at Me”. Each release offers a snapshot of Eilish.