Billie Eilish is the youngest artist ever to be commissioned to write a song for a James Bond movie, and now we finally get to hear “No Time to Die”

via Variety

“Stylistically it has some strong similarities with the Adele and Smith songs of late, with a soft keyboard intro eventually giving way to strings and brass. But Eilish extends the stillness far longer than they did; it’s just a little past halfway into a four-minute track that the hint of a beat kicks in, and even then, the percussion disappears again for a hushed coda. You might almost be thinking this is going to be a sort of reprise of Eilish’s quietest songs, “When the Party’s Over” or “I Love You,” before the orchestration and timpani fire up at the end of the first chorus, and you remember, “That’s right, Hans Zimmer did assist with this.”

No Time to Die, the 25th Bond film in the franchise, is in theatres April 10th.

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