Fifty years ago, when Marvin Gaye addressed climate change in his “Mercy Mercy Me (The Ecology)” it was a tender and lyrical  lament for our abused and beloved mother nature and our beautiful earth.

Today, the issue is at the forefront, and 17-y/o singer/songwriter Billie Eilish, music’s “It Girl” of the moment, is having her say in “All The Good Girls Go To Hell”…

hills burn in California
my turn to ignore ya
don’t say I didn’t warn ya

Eilish’s vision is post-apocalyptic, a doomsday-deluxe Mad Max kind of town, sung in a sultry, hushed, distant, and disembodied voice.  The video has gruesome images of harm to a human body, an obvious stand-in for the pain humans are off-loading on and into the earth.

How hot is Billie Eilish?

•  She will be honored as Billboard’s 2019 Woman Of The Year.

•  The newly announced Apple Music Awards has named Eilish their “Artist of The Year.”

•  The American Music Awards named her “New Artist of The Year” and “Alternative Rock Artist.”

•  At next month’s Grammy awards, Eilish has five nominations, including song, album, and artist of the year.

•  She’s at or near the top of everyone’s “Best of 2019″ music list.

All The Good Girls Go To Hell” (the current single) is  #5 on the Alternative chart and ranked #19 on Top 40.

Eilish turns 18-years old next week.