Listen to Billie Eilish’s ‘You Should See Me in a Crown’ from The Power, S1 E9

Billie Eilish provides musical accompaniment to Allie’s nightmare in this week’s The Power

Indie singing superstar Billie Eilish’s ‘You Should See Me in a Crown‘ was that track playing right at the beginning of The Power this week as Allie is having a disturbing nightmare.

The song itself was released as the lead single to the electropop singer’s debut studio album When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?, which came out in March, 2019.

A much-anticipated album after the enormous success of Eilish‘s debut EP, and one that didn’t disappoint.

After all, When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? hit #1 in 22 countries including #1 on the Billboard 200, and earned the singer three Grammy Awards including Best Album,

It also went on to be named to a huge number of music critics’ lists as the Best Album of the Year.

You Should See Me in a Crown‘ ranked on charts in 22 countries

Billie Eilish’s ‘You Should See Me in a Crown‘ was one of seven singles released from the album and, no, its performance was not a failure either.

The trap-influenced and quite dark-themed ‘You Should See Me in a Crown‘ was written by Eilish and her writer/producer/singer brother Finneas.

The song ranked on charts in 22 countries, although it did not place higher than #3 (New Zealand) on any of them and, on most, hovered somewhere low down in the Top 40.

But the track was certified Gold, Platinum or 2 x Platinum in nine countries, as well as Diamond+4Ă— Platinum+Gold in Mexico and 3 x Platinum in Australia.

Listen to Billie Eilish’s ‘You Should See Me in a Crown‘ as heard at the beginning of this week’s The Power down below.

The song currently has almost 755 million streams via Spotify, and over 99 million views of its official music video on YouTube.

You can listen to more music featured on The Power on Leo Sigh.

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About Michelle Topham

Brit-American journalist based in Austria, former radio DJ at 97X WOXY, and Founder/CEO of Leo Sigh. I've covered K-drama, K-pop, J-pop and music news for over a decade.