The 18-year-old sensation unveiled the self-directed video for "Everything I Wanted" ahead of her highly anticipated performance at the 2020 Grammys.
The melancholic visual opens with the words, "Finneas is my brother and my best friend. no matter the circumstance, we always have and always will be there for each other."
The video then shows the two siblings and privileged collaborators taking a scenic drive along the California coastline, before driving themselves into the darkness of the Pacific Ocean.
"And you say, 'As long as I'm here, no one can hurt you/ Don't wanna lie here, but you can learn to/ If I could change the way that you see yourself/ You wouldn't wonder why you hear 'they don't deserve you,'" Eilish quietly sings in the chorus.
In a statement, the award-winning vocalist opened up about the genesis of her second self-directed video.
"My brother and I wrote this song about each other and I wanted to create a visual that emphasizes that no matter what, we'll be there for each other through everything. This is the second video I've directed of mine. We worked so hard, for hours and hours on end. I love it, I hope you do too," she explained.
"Everything I Wanted" marks Eilish's first new single since the release of her critically-acclaimed debut, "Where We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?"
The full-length granted the "Bury a Friend" vocalist several nominations at the upcoming 62nd edition of the Grammy Awards, including "Album of the Year" and "Best Pop Vocal Album."
Eilish also received nominations in categories such as Best Pop Solo Performance, Best New Artist as well as Record and Song of the Year for "Bad Guy."
In addition to making her debut on the Grammy stage, the 18-year-old phenomenon is recording the theme song for the upcoming 25th James Bond film "No Time to Die."
Eilish is the youngest artist in history to write a theme song for the iconic franchise.
In the meantime, discover Eilish's new self-directed video for "Everything I Wanted":