There’s no time to die when you’re making moves like Billie Eilish! Fresh after snagging the big four major award at the Grammys, Billie and brother Finneas are set to hit up the spotlight in a major way. The duo have been confirmed to be performing at the 92nd Oscars ceremony on Feb. 9.
This news comes only a few weeks after the announcement that Billie would be the youngest artist to write and record a theme for a James Bond film. There has been no confirmed release for the No Time To Die theme, but it is speculated to drop this weekend ahead of the performance.
Eilish’s rendition of the popular film series’ theme could be included in the 93rd Oscar nominations for best original song. The only Bond themes to be awarded in that catergory have been Adele’s “Skyfall” and Sam Smith’s “Writing’s on the Wall.”
In an interview with Jimmy Fallon, Finneas claimed only that the track will be released “really soon” and that it’s “really good.”
No Time to Die will be released in the U.K. on April 2 through Universal Pictures International and in the U.S. on April 10 through MGM, via their United Artists Releasing banner.Note: Populove is currently undergoing site maintenance following a hiatus. Some post images and comments from previous months may not appear as we work on the issue.