James Bond fans still have over a year to wait until the next instalment is released, but it looks like the artist behind its theme song has already been lined up.
In an interview with BBC Radio 5 Live, Years & Years member Mikey Goldsworthy said he hoped the band would be asked to record the next Bond theme but Dua Lipa had already bagged the role.
He said: "I thought they'd ask us to do the theme song but alas I think it's Dua Lipa doing it."
After the presenter said Mikey had just exclusively revealed the news, he replied: "Am I not supposed to say that? That's what I've heard. I feel bad now, maybe I've ruined everything. Well hopefully, then we can do it!"
The last Bond theme, Sam Smith's Writing's On The Wall for the Spectre film, was the first ever Bond song to reach Number 1 on the Official Singles Chart. See where every James Bond theme has charted in the UK here.
Meanwhile, details around Dua Lipa's upcoming single Electricity with Mark Ronson and Diplo have been revealed. The song is expected to be released this summer.
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