Billie Eilish performed at Glastonbury's Pyramid Stage on Sunday, June 30 for the final day of the UK's premier music festival. Before beginning her set, she took a seat on stage to remind festivalgoers about the importance of being present in the moments of our lives.
"All I ask is that we all try to live in the moment, and a lot of the time I'll say, 'Put your phones away', but if you wanna film, that's OK, just put it next to your face. You know what I'm saying?" Eilish said. "Look at me in my eyes and put your phone next to your face. Be here, because this is the only moment we get to be in this moment, and like, we're never gonna be right here, this second on this day and this age ever again."
Eilish's debut album "When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?" (2019) made a huge impression on the industry by topping Billboard 200 charts across the UK, US, Canada, and Australia. Her uniquely haunting vocals and cryptic subject matter captivated fans, but it's her edgy personal style and commitment to addressing mental health amongst young people that has gained her intergenerational respect. Take a look at the clip ahead to see this young icon in her element, and keep reading for some incredible actions shots from her first time on the Glastonbury stage.