Earlier on Oscars night time, Billie Eilish revealed that writing a track for the James Bond franchise had been a longtime dream for her and her brother, Finneas, who used to follow writing “Bond songs” simply to see what they might give you.
All of that follow paid off when the pair took to the stage to carry out their 2020 track “No Time to Die” — a traditional, string-laden noir ballad — which minutes later snagged the Greatest Unique Tune Oscar over Beyoncé's “Be Alive,” Sebastián Yatra's “Dos Oruguitas,” Van Morrison's “All the way down to Pleasure,” and Reba McEntire's “In some way You Do.”
“I ought to've identified, I'd go away alone,” Eilish sang, her hair in a jet-black Sixties bob. “Simply goes to indicate that the blood you bleed is simply the blood you owe.”
Finneas' piano strains wove round Eilish's dazed falsetto. They often is the youngest composers to put in writing a Bond track, however this efficiency was proof they understood the task.