Billie Eilish's James Bond theme finally has a video

Black and white never looked so good on the 'bad guy' singer

Billie Eilish fans need wait no longer. The alt-pop superstar has finally released a music video for “No Time to Die,” the latest theme song in the James Bond movie franchise.

A dark silloutte moves from backstage into a spotlight. Billie’s form is then illuminated by a quicksilver outline, before we get to see the queen in full black and white. As she delivers the lyrics with sultry smooth rhythm, Eilish pierces fans with her intense look.

Scenes of Daniel Craig and Léa Seydoux’s characters intertwining in passion and action cut across the scene, further teasing the intensity of the moment.

The track dropped back in early February to promote the upcoming Bond film by the same name. Eilish made history with this project, becoming the youngest person to record a theme for the movie franchise. She’s also the first American artist to record a Bond theme since Jack White and Alicia Keys collaborated on 2008’s “Another Way To Die.”

No Time to Die was originally scheduled to release last November to all theaters but has been postponed many times due to COVID-19 safety protocol, and the original directory Danny Boyle leaving the project. A new release date has been set for November 20.

Eilish also announced back in September a new documentary film titled “Billie Eilish: The World’s A Little Blurry” RJ Cutler will direct and the project will be released in theaters and Apple TV+ in February 2021.

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