Eilish's second album sees her tackle abuses of power in relationships, her lyrics pungent, her vocals layered in shimmering harmonies.
The third album by the four Londoners is a raw, rousing, grungy masterpiece. British rock has clearly never been in ruder health.
The british star grapples with feelings about her recent divorce, but 30 is also full of positivity - and big, magnificently sung tunes.
The thoughtful maestro of rock's new record is a vivid, brutal accounting of the human instinct for self-preservation in a crisis.
Chemtrails Over the Country Club is another gorgeously enigmatic showpiece from a singer-songwriter who revels in private ambiguities in the dazzling glare of audacious songcraft.