The visual appears to be a continuation of Billie's "bury a friend" video, as it opens with a shot of her back being stabbed by syringes. We then see the singer sprout giant wings before falling from the sky and landing in a pool of black oil. After she pulls herself out of the muck, Billie stumbles down a deserted dirt road as she leaves a trail of flames. It isn't long before all of her surroundings are on fire, with silhouettes of dancing girls seen in the blazes.
In an April interview with Vulture, producer Finneas confirmed the track was about environmental concerns, which could explain the oil and firey imagery.
"I read somewhere that some fans think that ‘all the good girls go to hell’ is about climate change," he said. "I love that they think that. I was like, 'That’s ‘cause it is.'"
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