Billie Eilish and Finneas O'Connell had to work through a 'big fight' while ... trends now

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Billie Eilish and her brother, Finneas O'Connell, had what they described as a 'big fight' during the recording process of her new album Hit Me Hard And Soft.

The 22-year-old hitmaker and her frequent collaborator, 26, came to odds over their approach to the 'context and subject matter' of the album.

The musicians revealed the news about their disagreement during a new episode of The Zane Lowe Interview Series, during which the producer stated that he had to confront the singer about her handling of the record's themes.

'We'd been writing these fragments of stuff and I felt...I've been proven wrong over and over, but this was the jag I was on that night. I was like, "Subject-wise, I'm not being led into what you're actually feeling. And I think that there are real guards up."'

O'Connell also recalled that Eilish often remained elusive about the meaning of each of her songs, and he advised her to 'say how you feel' when explaining the context behind her lyrics.

Billie Eilish and her brother, Finneas O'Connell, had what they described as a 'big fight' during the recording process of her new album Hit Me Hard And Soft; seen in February

Billie Eilish and her brother, Finneas O'Connell, had what they described as a 'big fight' during the recording process of her new album Hit Me Hard And Soft; seen in February

However, the suggestion led to an argument, and the singer recalled that her brother's reaction to her reticence was particularly unnerving.

The hitmaker then opened up about her love-hate relationship with the process of recording music.

'I used to be like, "[I] hate making music, [I] don't want to make it, [I] don't like making it"...I love performing it. I love when it's good, but I really have always struggled with

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