Twitter is still dizzy with praise for Billie Eilish's highly anticipated debut album, WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO?, but the 17-year-old pop star is far from finished with her roll-out strategy. Hours after the project arrived, she shared a music video for the latest single, "bad guy."

The Dave Meyers-directed video opens with Eilish bursting through a yellow wall followed by her suffering from a bloody nose, feeding pigeons in a backyard, pouring milk into an unconscious person's mouth, and lots of wild dancing among other outlandish things. This visual follows last week's Takashi Murakami collaboration for "you should see me in a crown."

For more on the pop star, revisit our rundown of everything that you need to know about her.

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