This will mark her first single since "No Time to Die" which was produced for the upcoming James Bond film, and likely gives fans a much-needed dose of new Billie since her Where Do We Go? World Tour was rescheduled to 2021 due to the coronavirus pandemic. Sharing the news to Instagram, Billie posted a photo of herself in a grey tracksuit and black mask, backed by (a definitely Insta-worthy) L.A. sunset and, similar to Twitter, a simple caption stating ‘“my future” out thursday.'
Billie Eilish – “my future”— billie eilish (@billieeilish) July 24, 2020
Out next Thursday
[video_embed id='1980414']WATCH: Billie Eilish's brother Finneas opens up about producing their new 'Bond' theme "No Time to Die"[/video_embed]The post has already accumulated millions of likes, with enthusiastic comments coming in by the second. Michael B. Jordan was among those who chimed in, posting a series of flame emojis. Michael, our thoughts exactly.
“billie eilish just “my future— ☽ my future (@iranforengland) July 24, 2020
posted a photo” out thursday” pic.twitter.com/KojodC7DH1
Billie fans chilling minding their own business to see this pic.twitter.com/lag4WgDn9z— Slader ™ (@xvslader) July 24, 2020
Billie been keeping busy during the pandemic, using her social media platform to advocate for the Black Lives Matter movement, and starting a radio show with her Dad, aptly titled, ‘Me & Dad Radio’ on Apple Music.
uuuuughhhhaaaahhhhh i’m so happy— ashe (@ashemusic) July 24, 2020