In ‘Billie Eilish,’ the pop star opens her family photo album, revealing another side of herself

(Photo courtesy of the family of Billie Eilish.)
(Photo courtesy of the family of Billie Eilish.)
Eilish’s photo-heavy book is a vivid companion to her dark, ethereal music.
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In ‘Billie Eilish,’ the pop star opens her family photo album, revealing another side of herself

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Rogen succeeds at both explaining and encapsulating a generational comic voice.
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