Check out the full track below, and Billie Eilish will be performing her Bond theme live with FINNEAS, Hans Zimmer, and Johnny Marr at the Brit Awards on February 18. The song arrives a little over a month before the film's debut in April.
Finneas produced "No Time to Die" along with Stephen Lipson via Darkroom and Interscope Records, with orchestral arrangements by Zimmer and Matt Dunkley, and guitar from Marr.
Speaking to Zane Lowe on his Music Daily show, Eilish said producer Barbara Broccoli met her in Ireland, gave her an offer, and laid out the movie, which the singer hinted was "fucking fire".
It features heavy use of the piano as well as Eilish's signature whisper while fans of the franchise will recognise the chord that ends the song, taken from Monty Norman's original Bond theme. "I'm still in shock". I long for unfettered insanity in a Bond theme, in the style of Madonna's "Die Another Day" (in which she whispers, apropos of nothing, "Sigmund Freud, analyze this!") or Jack White and Alicia Keys's "Another Way To Die" - both bonkers tracks that are fun precisely because of how surreal and stupid they are. "Was I reckless to help?"
At 11, Billie wrote her first song in her mother's class, which included script lines and episode titles from The Walking Dead as part of the assignment. No Time To Die is Daniel Craig's fifth and final outing as James Bond.
The prospect of a Bond theme by Eilish - one of pop's most consistently outré stars - is thrilling.
In March 2019, her album was released and it became one of the most successful albums of the year.
The song was written with her brother Finneas O'Connell.
The 18-year-old songbird is the youngest person to ever perform a title track for the spy film series, which began in 1962 with Dr. No.
Bond has left active service and is enjoying a tranquil life in Jamaica.
There are also new looks at MI6 stalwarts including Ralph Fiennes as M, Naomie Harris as Eve Moneypenny and Rory Kinnear as Tanner, as well as Jeffrey Wright's returning Central Intelligence Agency spy Felix Leiter.
The "bad guy" hitmaker was named earlier this year as the artist to have bagged the coveted track, which will accompany the opening credits of the upcoming 007 film, set to be released in April.