Billie Eilish made an emo blockbuster James Bond theme
Ya: Billie Eilish , “No Time To Die” - “No Time To Die” isn’t Billie Eilish ’s best, and she can’t be blamed—working within the confines of the James Bond series (which usually means forced lyrics about, like, sexy spy stuff... and orchestral refrains), she and her collaborator/brother Finneas managed to craft a beautiful song, but one that feels a bit out of character for them both. (The addition of legends like the Smiths guitarist Johnny Marr and arrangements by Hans Zimmer may be responsible.) Still, the song is a romantic, blockbuster-sized dirge—and that is all a Bond theme song could ever hope to be. —Maria Shermann Leather ” to me back in 2018, but “Don’t Kiss Me in Public” is easily their best recording to date. It’s a bit atonal, driven by industrial synths and a screechy repetition of the lyrical line, “Get inside of me / get inside of me.” You know, it’s simply the perfect soundtrack to a very steamy (or muted, depending on how you identify in it) Valentine’s Day. I can’t wait to hear a full-length release. —MS Advertisement Why? - RAC, Matthew Koma, and Hilary Duff, “Never Let You Go” - Imagine my surprise when I saw an unexpected song from Hilary Duff (and some other men, namely her new husband Matthew Koma and producer RAC) in my Spotify new releases playlist. The possibilities! Now imagine my overwhelming disappointment upon pressing play and realizing that it was actually just a cover of a Third Eye Blind song that absolutely nobody asked for. Lizzie McGuire deserved to be rebooted, but we can leave this song back in 1999 where it belongs. I’m not ashamed to admit that I’ve been bopping “Sparks” from Duff’s 2015 album for the last five years. Where is more of that? Hilary, take a crazy chance and record another solo album! — Lisa Fischer Hmm: The Strokes, “At The Door” - Let the record show that I’m a fan of t he Strokes and I’m still eager to see what new music they release in the lead up to their upcoming album. But “At T he Door” felt like waiting for a sneeze that never came. It was like rearing back, scrunching up your nose, taking that gulping inhale... and after all that, the sneeze just doesn’t materialize. The animation in the music video is definitely impressive, but the song left me feeling pretty bored. I kept hoping that a new element would come into the mix, lead into some sort of musical departure that would add a little more depth, but nope. Better luck with the next single, I guess! —Ashley Reese Advertisement Sure, but this video is kind of goofy: Camila Cabello, DaBaby, “My Oh My” - Camila Cabello drives me nuts, but her singles are admittedly bangers and “My Oh My” is no exception. It’s the perfectly flirtatious earworm that I’m going to hear in every single Uber I’m in for the next eight months, and I won’t hate a single moment of it. But I need to talk about the music video, which features Cabello as a Hollywood starlet who is sick of playing damsels and wants to be the hero, with DaBaby as her director. This video is full of anachronisms which is absolutely fine . But the one that bothers the hell out of me for no real reason is that the fashion in the video seems to be hinting that this is set in the 1950s, but there’s a silent movie era theme throughout, which started to decline by the late 1920s. Why did they decide to blend those two very different Hollywood eras? This is such a petty critique, but it’s the first thing I thought of! Anyway, DaBaby is hot. That is all. —AR Read more: Jezebel
Billie Eilish Dives Into James Bond Universe With the Sweeping 'No Time to Die': ListenListen to billieeilish dive into James Bond universe with NoTimeToDie billieeilish HYPER boring song. billieeilish They just chose the wrong artist to do that! billieeilish No Bond theme song will ever beat Skyfall. Adele is THAT bitch. She’s in it to win it.
Billie Eilish Releases James Bond Theme Song ‘No Time To Die’Five-time Grammy winner Billie Eilish has dropped her latest song, “No Time To Die”, the official theme song to the upcoming James Bond film. You can listen to it above. The release of … Nice
Billie Eilish Debuts James Bond Song: LISTEN!The 18-year-old singer just became the youngest musician ever to sing one of the franchise's theme songs. Love it!
Billie Eilish Drops James Bond Theme Song ‘No Time to Die’With six Grammys, 13 platinum singles and one of the biggest debut albums in recent memory, Billie Eilish has already conquered the music world and has moved on to film. After performing a unique t… It rocks.. Love it.. One proud Bond fan here.. Well done billieeilish JamesBond NoTimeToDie damn songs boring as fuck lol Overrated
Billie Eilish Debuts James Bond Theme 'No Time to Die'.billieeilish debuts James Bond theme 'No Time to Die' billieeilish No thanks billieeilish do a billiejoe amstrong song also! billieeilish only heard it once I luv it great song though skyfall is still class song
Billie Eilish releases theme to forthcoming James Bond film 'No Time to Die'American teen pop sensation Billie Eilish , fresh off her big Grammy Awards victo... They couldn’t get a real artist? I can mumble on a bass track if that’s what they wanted. Dude overrated much! boring as adele's song, but at least adele can sing