Billie Eilish doesn’t need a car, but the fact that she has one does raise some pertinent questions. Where is she going and how can fans be there with her?!
Ok, all jokes aside, the latest Instagram story that the 18-year-old singer sensation posted is the first time fans have ever been given a glimpse her automobile.
Up until today, it was unknown if she even drove in the first place. Now that the news has gotten out, viewers can’t help but admire how incredible her vehicle is!
They See Billie Rolling
The latest news surrounding the “Bad Guy” singer has generally been focused on her production of the song titled ‘No Time To Die’ (created to accompany the upcoming James Bond move that shares the same name) and of course the hype surrounding Billie’s life documentary continues to grow every day.
While that production will be hosted on Apple TV Plus (a prominent streaming platform), it may surprise most to learn that she didn’t create much of her music outside of her own home, not in a massive studio that most expect.
No Time To Die… Music Time
She shared during an interview with Yahoo that she and her brother Finneas helped her make “No Time To Die” with an intricate process that had a key rule in it.
“Finneas’ whole thing — that I agreed with — was that we have to have the title of the song be the title of the movie,” said Eilish. “And we have to say it, or it doesn’t hit as hard — it doesn’t do what it needs to do.”
She went on to share how the project played out a bit differently.
‘We Were Lucky’
Finneas shared that the movie title was already a workable one for a song, so they were ‘lucky’:
“We were lucky,” he explains, “because the title was ‘No Time to Die,’ and that is a good lyric. I don’t fault Jack White and Alicia Keys for not writing a song called ‘Quantum of Solace.’”
Working alongside several gifted musicians and creators, they managed to piece together what is quickly becoming a fan-favorite song this year. So much so that the headlines are filling with details about how they created this epic song.
Billie was massively enthusiastic about the song, so it comes as little surprise that she had the following to say about the 007 project:
““We knew that we wanted to do something big, though, because I didn’t want to just have a quiet song that went nowhere. Because it’s Bond! It’s a big deal. And I was like, I’ve got to give something that I, one, haven’t done ever, and two, even if I’ve done it on my own, nobody’s ever heard it before.”