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Sam Smith reacts to Billie Eilish No Time to Die Theme Song

Sam Smith was sitting in the toilet when they first heard the song.

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Sam Smith thinks Billie Eilish No Time To Die theme song for Daniel Craig’s last James Bond movie is beautiful. Disclosure’s Latch singer shared their thoughts during an interview with YouTube’s Capital FM. Billie wrote the song in three days with the help of her elder brother Finneas O’Connell. Sam has previously sung Spectre theme song, Writing’s On The Wall, in 2015.

Sam Smith has only got Good things to say about Billie Eilish’s No Time to Die

The latest theme song to Daniel Craig’s farewell James Bond movie No Time To Die saw its release on 14 February. Sam Smith(Stay With Me), who has previously worked on Spectre 2105 theme song was quick to react to the new Billie Eilish song.

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They were invited for an interview on YouTube’s Capital FM and when asked about Billie Eilish’s No Time To Die, Smith responded in a rather comic fashion.

I literally woke up and was sitting on the toilet listening to it.

Spectre Writing’s on the Wall’s Sam Smith then shares their thoughts on Billie Eilish’s Bond song No Time to Die. They praised her performance and thinks it was beautiful.

She’s done such a beautiful job and kept it classic, which I’m so happy about. Yeah, I’m really impressed. It’s amazing and everything she has done so far is amazing.

In a previous interview with BBC news, Sam Smith told the host that James Bond theme Writing’s On The Wall was written in just 20 minutes. Wait. What?

I was actually recording a vocal to Lay Me Down in London and Jimmy Napes played this chord. I was like, we have to stop the recording and go try and write the James Bond theme. We went and I literally wrote the song in 20 minutes. It was the easiest thing I’ve ever done Music-wise.

Well, Sam Smith beat Billie Eilish on that one. She and her brother Finneas O’Connell wrote No Time To Die in 3 days.

Let’s see if the new Bond song wins an Oscar just like Adele’s version once did.

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