In the "A Snippet into Billie's Mind" video for xanny , Billie states that the song was written the day after a party where her friends "were Juuling, throwing up, drinking. Kept throwing up, kept drinking more". According to Billie, nobody was fazed by the situation at all and she was watching her friends "become completely not who they were". At this party, a girl was smoking two cigarettes and blew the smoke into Billie's face, which inspired the sound of the chorus, as Billie stated it was meant to "sound like what it feels to be in secondhand smoke".
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The anxiety medication has seen a major boost in popularity among teenagers. The anxiety medication has seen a major boost in popularity among teenagers as a result of rap stars Future and Dr K publicising the drug on social media, MPs have heard. The drug, which is 20 times the strength of Valium, can be bought readily online and if overused can lead to a "constantly dazed, zombie-like state". Labour MP Bambos Charalambous revealed in a Commons adjournment debate that the drug was being sold by people at McDonald's restaurants in his Enfield Southgate constituency.
The singer and her brother Finneas O'Connell co-wrote it, whilst the latter solely handled its production. Musically, it was described as a mid-tempo and jazz -influenced pop ballad. Eilish recalled being inspired by several artists during the track's creation, most notably by Frank Sinatra. Productionwise, her distorted falsetto vocals are prominently layered over a similarly deformed bass in the drop of "Xanny", replicating the feeling of secondhand smoke. Lyrically, Eilish addresses substance abuse among teenagers; she was specifically inspired by the negative effects it had on her friends and ultimately on her.