18 year old Billie Eilish Recorded No Time To Die theme song at home

We may have to wait several more months for Bond movie #25, No Time To Die, but the theme song has been available for months to listen and enjoy. There is also an unprecedented story behind the track.

At 18 years old, Billie Eilish has already accomplished some incredibly impressive milestones. Her Grammy-winning album, “When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?” was one of the best-selling records of 2019. She co-wrote and recorded it alongside her older brother Finneas O’Connell in a bedroom studio at their home. That is a far cry from the fancy studios many A-list artists use to get their music out into the world, and the down-to-earth quality of both the artist and her music has helped endear her to fans all over the world.

How Billie Eilish Recorded The No Time To Die Theme Song Was A First For The Bond Franchise – CINEMABLEND

The song:

This Bond song was not recorded in a studio, it was recorded at home

Seems very somber to me, but I’m kind of digging the vibe. What do you think?

What’s your most favorite Bond song? I’d have to go with Goldfinger (Shirley Bassey) or For Your Eyes Only (Sheena Easton).

3 thoughts on “18 year old Billie Eilish Recorded No Time To Die theme song at home

  1. I love it! She’s very talented. And we say goodbye to Daniel Craig. You don’t want me to jump with joy, right? 🙂 Somber is appropriate. At least until I see the movie. 🙂

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    1. The tune is kinda catchy, indeed.

      I thought Craig has done a decent job in the role. Am curious to see how he does in his final outing as Bond. Can’t believe Sean Connery is 90 now, yowsa that makes me feel very, very old lol.

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