Bear in mind when Billie Eilish and her brother Finneas surprised the world with their cowl of the Beatles’ “Yesterday” ultimately weekend’s Oscars? We known as it a “transferring” and “stunning” efficiency, however Eilish has one other phrase for it: “trash.”
In a FaceTime interview with Apple Music’s Zane Lowe on Friday (February 14), the 18-year-old appeared from her mattress and revealed that she’s been beneath the climate because the Academy Awards.
“I used to be sick for the entire Oscars, I bombed that efficiency,” she mentioned. “That was trash.” Lowe, for the report, didn’t agree with Eilish, however conceded that she’s allowed to be her personal hardest critic.
Additional reflecting on the glitzy awards present, Eilish admitted that she felt like a fish out of water within the “scary” Hollywood setting — particularly on the heels of final month’s Grammys, the place she was the belle of the ball. (In case you forgot: She took dwelling 5 awards that night time and made historical past because the youngest artist to brush the 4 main classes.)
“A minimum of the Grammys wasn’t as scary as a result of it was, like, artists, and it felt like my folks,” she mentioned. “It was like, ‘Oh, look, a bunch of artists!’ And I knew numerous them already and I would met them and so they knew of me. However the Oscars, I am like, these are film stars.”
Elsewhere within the interview, Eilish mentioned her attractive, somber James Bond theme tune, “No Time To Die,” which arrived on Thursday. She mentioned the thought to report a tune for the 007 franchise got here two years in the past, and he or she and Finneas had “subconsciously” been engaged on it ever since. “Two years in the past we had been like, ‘Would not or not it’s loopy to make a tune for the Bond films? Would not that be dope?'” she mentioned.
Whereas the thought course of for “No Time To Die” took some time, the recording session was tremendous fast. “We obtained a chunk of the script, like the primary scene, after which we wrote the tune instantly,” she dished. “We wrote it in thee days and we wrote it in Texas and we recorded it in a bunk on the bus in a basement in the dead of night.”
And the remaining is historical past. Take heed to Eilish’s “No Time To Die” right here, and take a look at her interview with Lowe above.