Billie Eilish Officially Releases the Next James Bond Theme Song, “No Time to Die”

The highly anticipated James Bond theme song from Billie Eilish has finally been released. Titled “No Time to Die,” the four-minute track is now available on YouTube and most streaming services. It will also be prominently featured in the upcoming 25th James Bond film, also titled No Time to Die.

What makes Eilish’s rendition of the Bond theme song even more special is that she has become the youngest artist ever to record a James Bond theme song, having just turned 18 years old on December 18th. The song’s co-writer and producer is none other than Eilish’s brother and frequent collaborator, Finneas O’Connell.

Eilish is set to perform “No Time to Die” at the 2020 Brit Awards, alongside Johnny Marr. The Brit Awards is a British Phonographic Industry-sponsored event that issues Grammy-like honors to British artists. The event has several categories, including “British Album of the Year” and “British Group,” among others. However, non-British artists are nominated for “international” awards, and Eilish will vie for “International Female Solo Artist” along with Ariana Grande, Camila Cabello, Lana Del Rey, and Lizzo.

The 2020 Brit Awards ceremony is scheduled to take place on Tuesday, February 18th, at London’s O2 Arena. Fans of Eilish are eagerly awaiting her performance, which is sure to be a highlight of the event.

No Time to Die is set to hit UK theaters on April 2nd before making its global debut on April 10th. Fans of the James Bond franchise are eagerly awaiting the release of the film, which is the last to star Daniel Craig. Craig has played James Bond for 14 years since 2006’s Casino Royale. It remains to be seen who will take on the iconic role next.

In other news, Eilish recently performed at the 2020 Oscars, once again with Finneas. Her touching rendition of “Yesterday” by The Beatles was complemented by images of the film and television industry professionals who passed during the last year. It was a touching moment that left many in the audience teary-eyed.

While at the Oscars, Eilish and most other audience members appeared to enjoy Eminem’s surprise performance of “Lose Yourself.” The 2002 track is one of his most popular songs, having been certified diamond by the RIAA. Eminem’s surprise appearance was unexpected, but nonetheless welcomed by the audience.

It’s possible that the unexpected appearance was booked to put some distance between Eminem and the controversy that unfolded after he made light of the 2017 Manchester bombing attack that occurred outside an Ariana Grande concert. While some criticized Eminem’s performance, many others praised him for his talent and contribution to the music industry.

Overall, it’s safe to say that Billie Eilish is one of the most talented and popular musicians of her generation. Her ability to create music that resonates with so many people is a testament to her talent and hard work. Her upcoming performance at the 2020 Brit Awards is sure to be a highlight of the event, and fans are eagerly awaiting the release of No Time to Die.

9 Responses

  1. Hrumph

    I’ve had farts w\ more melody
    How many Grammy s did they give her again
    A nomination was to much

  2. Nicky Knight

    Too slow and brooding with that typical modern rasp whisper vocal style.

    A lot of “borrowed” music motifs

  3. Squirt

    When it was announced that she would do the Bond theme, I was really worried I wouldn’t like it, but I gotta say that after hearing it I was right. It’s slow and drawn out. There are traces of Bond chords and progressions. It may fit the opening video sequence very well, but it is boring.

  4. Tom+Hendricks

    Wow, the Big 3 Labels that control the entire music industry, have found one new star for the entire year of 2019! Their board members should reward them with millions! Next year they are shooting for two!
    Why aren’t all the staffs fired?
    If they were working for me, they wouldn’t be working for me!

  5. Angelito

    It was cool when she walked on walls on SNL. Even better with the sound off.