Billie Eilish praises brotherly love in new 'Everything I Wanted'

"Everything I Wanted" has arrived a few months after the release of her chart-topping album, "When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?"

For her first new single in months, Eilish has collaborated once again with her older brother and sole co-writer Finneas, who played a major role in the creation of her debut full-length.

The 17-year-old sensation revealed that "Everything I Wanted" pays tribute to their close sibling bond, as testified to by lyrics that read "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."

"This song is one my brother and I wrote about each other. No matter what happens, we always have been and will be there to make it better," she explained in a statement.

Earlier this month, Finneas teased that the pair is already working on new ideas for Eilish's much-awaited sophomore effort.

"We're deep into the creative process on new material for sure. 'Don't Smile at Me' came out August of '17 and the album came out in March 29th of 2019, right? But you know, we were percolating that whole time. 'I Wish You Were Gay' is a song that was written during the recording of 'Don't Smile at Me.' So we always kind of have these crossover things," he told Beat 1's Zane Lowe.

In addition to working on her new album, Eilish is getting ready for her sold-out tour in support of "When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?," which will kick off next March in Miami, Florida.

As Billboard pointed out, the "Bad Guy" hitmaker has also recorded a live album of her recent acoustic set at Jack White's Third Man Records in Nashville, Tennessee.

The vinyl version of the record will be exclusively available at the label's Nashville and Detroit retail locations in December.

In the meantime, discover Eilish's "Everything I Wanted":