Courtesy of Billie Eilish, the James Bond theme tune, has come. The pop feels just released”No Time To Die,” that will accompany the 25th Bond movie of the exact same name. Whereas the singer’s YouTube account uploaded it, which you can view below, you may listen to the tune on your choice of the stage .
“It seems crazy to be part of the in every manner. To have the ability to score the theme tune to a movie that’s part of this a mythical series is a massive honor,” Eilish mentioned about the chance. “James Bond is the coolest movie franchise to exist. I am still in shock.”
Eilish’s brother and collaborator, Finneas, included that”composing the theme tune for a Bond movie is something we have been dreaming about performing our whole lives. There’s no more iconic pairing of music and theatre compared to likes of Goldfinger and Live and Let Die. We feel so lucky to play a little part in this type of legendary franchise, so long live 007.”
Obviously, fans were pleased with all the monitor, and used it to refute a few of the critics of their singer.
“Take you’re ‘all of Billie Eilish does is whispers’ and shove it up a -,” wrote one fan, while the other joked that they”only expired listening to Billie Eilish’s brand new tune even [though] the name is Time to Die.'” A third called the tune”a masterpiece”
“It’ll be an all-timer,” they continued. “I admit that I was anxious, but it’s such a gorgeous encapsulation of this [Daniel] Craig Bond era. There are particular nods and notes to the past whilst pushing on the series. It’s simply amazing.”
The manager of No Time to Die, Cary Joji Fukunaga, joined at the praise, calling the song”a fresh new outlook whose vocals will echo for generations to come”
Only last month, Eilish produced history in The Grammys with wins for Best New Artist, Album of the Year, Record of the Year, Song of the Year, and Best Pop Vocal Album, which makes her the youngest artist ever to sweep the large four awards, and even winning a fifth trophy in addition to that.
She dabbled in showbiz somewhat, when she looked in The Oscars last year Sunday to sing a solemn rendition of The Beatles'”Yesterday” to the show’s”In Memorium” section.