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Billie Eilish FINALLY drops a sad title track for the 25th James Bond movie No Time To Die

Billie Eilish drops her long-awaited title track for the 25th James Bond film No Time To Die

  • Billie Eilish has finally dropped her long-awaited title track for the upcoming James Bond movie No Time To Die
  • The 18-year-old songbird is the youngest person to ever perform a title track for the spy film series, who in 1962 No started
  • No Time To Die is the 25th installment in the franchise and will be Daniel Craig’s final appearance as the alluring and ruthless secret agent
  • Billie wrote the song with her brother and usual co-writer Finneas O’Connell

Billie Eilish has finally dropped her long-awaited title track for the upcoming James Bond movie No Time To Die.

The 18-year-old songbird is the youngest person to ever perform a title track for the spy film series, who in 1962 No. began.

No Time To Die is the 25th installment in the franchise and will be Daniel Craig’s last performance as the alluring and ruthless secret agent.

Big revelation: Billie Eilish has finally dropped her highly anticipated title track for the upcoming James Bond movie No Time To Die

Big revelation: Billie Eilish has finally dropped her highly anticipated title track for the upcoming James Bond movie No Time To Die

Billie, who wrote the song with her brother and usual co-writer Finneas O’Connell, starts the song with only a piano.

About a minute after the song a synthesizer arrives with a spooky fragment of the classic Bond theme by John Barry, written for Dr.

While the sad song builds up to a crescendo, a fuller orchestra joins in to give the vintage feel of such throwback Bond songs as Goldfinger and Diamonds Are Forever.

During the chorus she sings: ‘That I had fallen for a lie. / You were never on my side. / Fool me once. Deceive me twice. / How you dare, paradise. / Now you will never see me cry. / There is just no time to die. ”

Swan number: No Time To Die is the 25th installment in the franchise and will be Daniel Craig's last performance as the alluring and ruthless secret agent

Swan number: No Time To Die is the 25th installment in the franchise and will be Daniel Craig's last performance as the alluring and ruthless secret agent

Swan number: No Time To Die is the 25th installment in the franchise and will be Daniel Craig’s last performance as the alluring and ruthless secret agent

No Time To Die remains a main theme of Bond numbers and is performed from the perspective of a woman who has been romantically involved in 007.

“Was I stupid to love you?” / Was I reckless to help? / Was it clear to everyone? “Billie wonders at the end of the first verse.

The previous two Bond songs – Sam Smith’s Writing’s On The Wall by Specter and Adele’s Skyfall from the movie of the same name – won Oscars.

They are the only Bond song that has earned the best original song prize, although others have become pop culture classics.

Minimalist: Billie, who wrote the song with her brother and usual co-writer Finneas O'Connell, starts the song accompanied by only a piano

Minimalist: Billie, who wrote the song with her brother and usual co-writer Finneas O'Connell, starts the song accompanied by only a piano

Minimalist: Billie, who wrote the song with her brother and usual co-writer Finneas O’Connell, starts the song accompanied by only a piano

Live And Let Die by Paul McCartney And Wings, as well as Carly Simon’s Nobody Do It Better by The Spy Who Loved Me, are enduring favorites.

On April 10, No Time To Die will be directed by Cary Fukunaga of Beasts Of No Nation, and the script will be picked up by Fleabag maker Phoebe Waller-Bridge.

Bohemian Rhapsody Oscar winner Rami Malek plays the villain Safin, with Lea Seydoux acting as Bond girl Dr. Madeleine Swann.

Ralph Fiennes will return as M, Naomie Harris as Eve Moneypenny, Ben Whishaw as Q and Christoph Waltz as imprisoned crime boss Ernst Blofeld.

Last summer, The Mail On Sunday revealed that the film would contain a black woman 007 – an agent played by Lashana Lynch who uses James’ code number.

“There is a central scene at the beginning of the film where M says,” Come in 007, “and in Lashana walks that is black, beautiful and a woman,” said a source.

“It’s a popcorn dropping moment. Bond is still Bond but he has been replaced as 007 by this beautiful woman, “the insider explained.

The cast also includes Ana De Armas, who was so impressed with Daniel while working with last year’s Kniller Out thriller that he recommended her for No Time To Die.

Ana will play the lead role in the 007 film No Time To Die as Paloma, a role she plays in the Los Angeles Times was written especially for her.

The Bond films are inspired by the novels of Ian Fleming, who worked for British naval intelligence during the Second World War.

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