The new track, produced by her brother Finneas O'Connell, features Johnny Marr (ex of The Smiths) on guitar, and orchestral arrangements from Hans Zimmer (who composed the score for the new film) and Matt Dunkley.
Eilish, who turned 18 in December, is the youngest singer ever to record a theme for the franchise. (No bad thing, considering that she won an Oscar). Eilish then went on to perform at the Oscars ceremony this month. Finneas added, "Writing the theme song for a Bond film is something we've been dreaming about doing our entire lives".
No Time to Die is set to hit theaters on April 10. Bohemian Rhapsody star Rami Malek will be playing the villain in this action-packed Bond film.
The 18-year-old songbird is the youngest person to ever perform a title track for the spy film series, which began in 1962 with Dr. No.
In a press release, Eilish said, "It feels insane to be a part of this in every way. I'm still in shock". "No Time to Die" - which released on February 13 - is here. Bond themes definitely tend to land better when they lean towards a ballad with a touch of melodrama. In 2014, the Welsh singer with the strong voice released a new album that includes a 50th anniversary re-recording of "Goldfinger", which starred a slick Sean Connery as secret agent 007. The movie, Daniel Craig's last outing as the superspy, is due out in April. Be sure to check out the new song for yourself via your preferred music streaming service in the link from the James Bond Twitter account.
It's one of the most famous exchanges in cinematic history. It was certainly the most successful Bond song at the time. / Now you'll never see me cry. "No", the very first Bond flick in 1962. "We've written songs that have never come out that are like, 'Oh, this sounds like Bond, like, this would be dope" - like, it would never happen, whatever.
Eilish wrote and produced the title song with her elder brother Finneas O'Connell late previous year. Subtle quotes of the motif just like Adele's Skyfall.