LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – American teen pop sensation Billie Eilish, recent off her large Grammy Awards victory and an Oscar night time efficiency, has launched her much-anticipated official theme tune to the forthcoming James Bond movie “No Time to Die.”
FILE PHOTO: Billie Eilish attends the Vainness Honest Oscar occasion in Beverly Hills in the course of the 92nd Academy Awards, in Los Angeles, California, U.S., February 9, 2020. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok/File Picture
The four-minute ballad, a haunting tune of betrayal and despair co-written by Eilish and her older brother, Finneas, and carried out to an orchestral association, was posted on Thursday to YouTube and numerous music streaming websites.
The recording, itself titled “No Time to Die,” was produced by Finneas with a musical association by Hans Zimmer and Matt Dunkley. The monitor, launched by Eilish’s Interscope Data/Darkroom label, contains veteran British session musician Johnny Marr on guitar.
Eilish, 18, turns into the youngest artist ever to jot down and file a James Bond theme tune, following within the footsteps of such stars as Adele, Madonna and Paul McCartney.
The tune’s foreboding lyrics greater than counsel a romance that meets with a decidedly sad ending, as Eilish sings in a refrain:
“Idiot me as soon as, idiot me twice/Are you loss of life or paradise?
“Now you’ll by no means see me cry/There’s simply no time to die.”
The film “No Time to Die,” the 25th title within the James Bond movement image franchise, is because of arrive in theaters in April, with Daniel Craig resuming his title function because the British undercover agent for a fifth and remaining time.
Eilish is slated to carry out the theme tune dwell for the primary time on the Brit Awards in London Feb. 18, forward of the March 9 launch of her North American enviornment tour, Interscope stated in a press release.
She had extensively been anticipated to debut the Bond single on the Academy Awards present on Sunday, however she sang the Beatles’ “Yesterday” in the course of the telecast’s in memoriam phase as an alternative.
Two weeks earlier Eilish swept the Grammys by taking the 4 high prizes – finest album, finest file, tune of the yr and finest new artist – turning into solely the second musician to win all 4 classes on the identical night time.
Eilish wrote and recorded most of her debut studio album – “When We Fall Asleep, The place Do We Go?” – together with her brother, Finneas, 22, within the small bed room of their Los Angeles-area residence.
The album, together with such hits as “When the Occasion’s Over,” “Every little thing I Needed” and “Dangerous Man,” ranked because the No. 1 album of 2019.
Reporting by Steve Gorman; Modifying by Sandra Maler