The release of the new James Bond song has already generated many reactions. The title track for No Time To Die by Grammy Award-winning artist and 18-year-old pop sensation Billie Eilish has now been released to millions of listens already. The song was written by Billie and her brother Finneas, who also produced the track with Stephen Lipson. Orchestral arrangements were done by composer Hans Zimmer who is also scoring the film, while Johnny Marr provided the lead guitar. The moody track has also given us some insight into the upcoming film’s plot too when examining the lyrics alongside what we already know of the plot from trailer footage. James lives with Madeleine in Italy ( Image: YouTube/Universal Pictures UK) The chorus states “That I’d fallen for a lie “You were never on my side “Fool me once, fool me twice “Are you death or paradise? “Now you’ll never see me cry “There’s just no time to die. ” Given all we have seen from trailers and footage so far, the song is clearly from the point of view of Daniel Craig’s James Bond as he struggles with what he perceives as an apparent betrayal by his lover Dr Madeleine… Read full this story
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