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Canada James Bond 25: Billie Eilish's song looks even sadder in the new music video

20:40  01 october  2020
20:40  01 october  2020 Source:   moviepilot.de

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We have known the song for Daniel Craig's final James Bond mission for a few months. Now singer Billie Eilish presents the matching music video.

James Bond 25: Billie Eilishs Song wirkt im neuen Musikvideo noch trauriger © Universal Pictures James Bond 25: Billie Eilish's song looks even sadder in the new music video

The song for James Bond 007 - No Time to Die was unveiled in February, after all, the film was supposed to be in theaters only a few weeks later come. Ultimately, the corona pandemic threw Daniel Craig's last Bond mission into a line of business. Universal is now starting a new attempt.

On this occasion, singer Billie Eilish has now also released a music video for the title track No Time to Die. This was staged by Daniel Kleinman, who interweaves black and white recordings of the singer with scenes from the film, which goes very well with the sad, thoughtful mood of the song.

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The music video for Billie Eilish's James Bond song

However, this is not yet the finished title sequence for the film. Instead, the music video stands on its own. The song should therefore develop a completely different effect in No Time to Die if it sounds after the - probably quite spectacular - opening sequence for the opening credits.

You can watch the music video for No Time to Die below:

The new Bond song was written by Billie Eilish and her brother Finneas O'Connell. Stephen Lipson acted as producer, while the orchestral arrangement is by Hans Zimmer and Matt Dunkley. Johnny Marr, who worked with Zimmer on Inception, played the guitar.

Read more: Billie Eilish's Bond song is full of sadness and disappointment

At the BRIT Awards in London, Billie Eilish also sang the song in front of a live audience. There is also a video of this:

Before Billie Eilish, Chris Cornell, Alicia Keys, Jack White, Adele and Sam Smith were responsible for the Bond songs of the Craig era. In February we asked for the best song . Adele won the survey with 57 percent.

James Bond 007 - No Time to Die starts in German cinemas on November 12, 2020.

How do you like the music video for Billie Eilish's Bond song?

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