Billie Eilish has released the music video for “No Time to Die,” her theme song for the upcoming James Bond film of the same name.
The video mixes moody black-and-white footage of Eilish singing while caressing a vintage microphone with clips from Bond 25 capturing Daniel Craig as 007 and his romantic interest in the new film, played by Léa Seydoux.
“No Time to Die” was written by Eilish and her brother Finneas—making Eilish the youngest artist to ever write a Bond theme. It also features arrangements from legendary film composer Hans Zimmer and guitar contributions by The Smiths’ Johnny Marr.
Eilish has been keeping busy since the February release of “No Time to Die,” which she performed live for the first time at the BRIT Awards that same month. In July, she released the single “My Future,” and gave it a live debut at her NPR Tiny Desk performance from home. Earlier this week, it was announced that Eilish would be the subject of a new documentary, The World’s a Little Blurry, due out in theaters and on Apple TV+ next year.
No Time to Die, which will mark the end of Daniel Craig’s five-film stint as Bond, will arrive in cinemas next month. Watch Eilish’s music video for the theme song here: