A love of video games clearly penetrates deep in their family, as Eilish talked about how the theme song to PopCap Games' Plants vs. Zombies was one of the samples used to create her hit song Bad Guy during an interview with Rolling Stone. Zombies: Battle for Neighborville Surprise-Launched. While it's generally far from the public consciousness today, Plants vs. Zombies was one of the titles that helped push a now-massive mobile gaming industry into the mainstream during the oughts alongside games like Rovio Entertainment's Angry Birds. It's just one of the many bizarre things incorporated into Eilish's song, which also includes her laughter altered into an unrecognizably higher pitch and the sound of an Australian crosswalk signal according to the Rolling Stone video. Clearly that unconventional approach paid off, as Bad Guy received Song of the Year at the Grammy Awards and helped open opportunities for the young artist like creating the next James Bond theme. Bad Guy is not Eilish's only song with ties to video games.
It's the sample for that catchy chorus, duh.
Inspiration really can come from anywhere. In a new interview with Rolling Stone, pop-starlet Billie Eilish has confirmed what many fans believed to be true: her hit song "Bad Guy" samples a bit of the Plants Vs. Zombies theme song. You can go to any of the numerous YouTube uploads of the theme and see fans commenting months ago that "this sounds like Bad Guy. In a video posted on Rolling Stone's YouTube account, Eilish and older brother Finneas O'Connell breakdown the making of "Bad Guy" and take a step-by-step approach to analyzing each section. Zombies 3. Considering Eilish's age, it does make sense that she'd have a connection to PopCap's hit series.
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If you've listened to Billie Eilish, chances are you've heard her Grammy award-winning song, Bad Guy. It headlines her debut studio album which has also won multiple awards , but you might be surprised to hear that it also contains a hidden connection to EA's Plants vs. Zombies series. It's almost unrecognizable when combined with the track's thumping base and other accompanying samples, but if you listen to the original theme and slightly speed it up, it's unmistakable. Eilish and Finneas also make reference to the Disney's Wizards of Waverly Place, which sounds almost identical too when focused on. The entire video is a thoroughly insightful look into the art of music production, and just how much goes into individual facets of a song that you won't immediately notice, but will definitely miss when gone. It makes her the youngest artist ever to compose a theme for the franchise.
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