Billie Eilish - Ocean Eyes sheet music

Once Billie Eilish enters the scene, everything changes, and "normal" it’s not part of the surroundings anymore.

Billie Eilish is a contemporary American singer and songwriter, born in December 2001 and entering the public scene in 2015, with her debut single Ocean Eyes.

Since then, Eilish has received seven Grammy Awards, 2 American Music Awards, 1 Guinness World Record, 3 MTV Video Music Awards, and 2 Brit Awards, also being the youngest artist in Grammy history.

She sings mainly pop, electropop, and teen pop and is a successful original singer.

The release of the free Ocean Eyes piano sheets was on the 18th of November 2016, through Interscope.

The song is the debut single of Billie Eilish, part of her debut album named Everything, Everything and EP Don’t Smile at Me.

Once released, the song was appreciated by the public and critics, and has received mainly positive reviews, and is being praised for both music and lyrics.

Laurence Day from The Line of Best Fit declared he feels the song as:

unhurried, minimalist beats and lush synths, reminiscent of ocean waves on a dreary grey day

The song has a length of 3:20 minutes and it was released as a dream-pop, synth-pop music genre song, with a tempo of 145 beats per minute, written in the key of E minor.

The author and producer of the free Ocean Eyes piano sheet music is Finneas O’Connell, Billie Eilish’s brother.

The song reached number 84 on the US Billboard Hot 100 and topped the charts in several countries such as Australia or the UK, also being certified three times platinum by the RIAA.

The accompanying music video made for Ocean Eyes was released in March 2016.

The video was directed by Megan Thompson and after that, a dance performance music video was also released on YouTube in November.

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Ocean Eyes - Billie Eilish piano tutorial

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