About The Song-
It certainly sounds like a Bond song, albeit with the dynamics dialed down so low you are forced to imagine. Daniel Craig creeping around on tiptoes, perhaps rifling for some secret documents in No Time To Die. Or just trying to slip off the set to get his thespian career back on track without Barbara Broccoli noticing.
If you thought Sam Smith’s dreamily understated theme for Spectre, Writing’s On The Wall, was a bit chilled out, then prepare to be utterly frozen.
Ahead of the song’s official release tomorrow. Billie Eilish shared a snippet of her new James Bond theme song ‘No Time To Die, for the upcoming film of the same name.
At 18, Eilish is officially the youngest artist to write (and record) a theme song for the Bond franchise. On Wednesday, Eilish’s socials revealed that her ‘No Time to Die’ theme will be released on Thursday. 13 February at 4 pm PST. Along with confirming the date.
The singer shared a brief preview of instrumental music along with the No Time to Die logo.
Eilish’s involvement with No Time To Die was announced last month. And she shared more details last Sunday during a red carpet interview at the Oscars. “I guess it’s a ballad,” Eilish told to Access Hollywood. Before she went on to perform a cover of ‘Yesterday’ by The Beatles during the In-Memoriam segment of the show.
Along with Eilish’s original song, the hype around this latest Bond installment. It is particularly high, given it’s Daniel Craig’s final outing as the titular 007. There’s also a lot of buzz around Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s involvement. The Fleabag creator was brought on to co-write the script. Making her only the second woman ever credited on a Bond movie script.
The cast of No Time to Die also includes Ana de Armas. He co-starred with Craig in Knives Out, Lashana Lynch, Naomie Harris, Lea Seydoux, Jeffrey Wright, Rami Malek, and Ralph Fiennes.
Meanwhile, the 18-year-old singer-songwriter recently landed on the March cover of Vogue magazine, featuring three unique covers from three different photographers.