FINNEAS Teases Release Date For Billie Eilish’s James Bond Theme Song
By Lindsey Smith
February 4, 2020
On Monday (February 3), FINNEAS dropped by The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon to talk about his EP, Blood Harmony.
During the pair's conversation, Fallon pressed and prodded to see if he could get any new information about the song FINNEAS and his sister Billie Eilish wrote for the new James Bond film, No Time to Die.
While Billie recently revealed to Ryan Seacrest on the GRAMMYs red carpet that the song is complete, the people wanna know WHEN it's arriving and the title.
“Can you give us any hints? What's the title of it?” the late-night talk show host asked.
“Dude, one of the 007 agents is in the crowd and I get a hypodermic dart in my neck if I say anything,” FINNEAS joked.
“We don't know when it's going to come out?” Fallon asked hoping to get some info.
“I think I'm allowed to say soon,” the “I Don't Miss You at All” singer said. “Really soon, really soon… it comes out really soon.” On top of that, he also confessed that he's seen the movie and said it was great.
While FINNEAS couldn't reveal an exact date, there are high hopes that the brother/sister duo will debut the James Bond theme song at the Oscars this Sunday (February 9) after Billie announced she will be performing at the awards show.
The mega-talented singer and producer also performed an exceptional version of his single, “Let's Fall in Love for the Night” on the show.
While chatting to iHeartRadio last year, FINNEAS revealed he's already working on the followup to Blood Harmony. “I'm already writing the next album,” he said of the project — which he plans to release later this year. He's also busy working with his sister for her sophomore album.
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