Billie Eilish sings "No Time To Die," the theme song for the upcoming "James Bond" movie of the same name! At the age of just 18, Eilish is the youngest artist to perform a "007" theme in the history of the franchise.

Hear the "Bad Guy" singer make history in her new theme song below!

Billie Eilish's "No Time To Die," set to appear in No Time To Die this April

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Eilish's moody new track is accompanied by a stylized black and white portrait of the singer. The song will appear in No Time To Die when it hits theatres on April 10, 2020.

"No Time To Die" will feature in Daniel Craig's fifth and what is believed to be his final turn as "James Bond." Rami Malek costars as the new "Bond" villain for the film.

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With "No Time To Die," Billie Eilish continues to establish herself as a diverse musical talent. The singer also recently appeared at the 2020 Oscars, where she sang a stripped-down version of "Yesterday" by the Beatles during the In Memoriam segment.

"No Time To Die" and "Yesterday" depart from the style of tracks such as "Bad Guy" (her most well-known viral hit), which feature more of an electronic pop sound.

Early reception of the new theme has been positive. The track should fit seamlessly into the style and atmosphere of the "Bond" franchise!

In case you missed Eilish's Oscars performance, see it below!