Just like every day, we bring you the musical selection with the newest of the moment: today, Tuesday, it is the turn of Billie Eilish and Finneas who offer us a live version of No Time To Die ; to The War On Drugs who are preparing a live LP, and to Ariel Pink , who brings the video for her song House of Yesterday. Also, we’ll be taking a look at the new Junglepussy video ; Christine and the Queens cover Bruce Springsteen , and Helena Deland premieres Pale . Let’s get started!

1. Billie Eilish + Finneas, No Time To Die


Billie Eilish and Finneas had the tremendous honor of writing and performing the theme song for No Time To Die , the next film in the James Bond series, which is older than both artists combined. The sibling pair have had a few chances to play her, and they did it again last night when they stopped by Jimmy Fallon ‘s The Tonight Show . The black-and-white video was pre-recorded and sees Eilish and Finneas performing the tender song in a dramatically lit, very Bond-esque big room.

2. The War On Drugs, Pain


The War On Drugs have a reputation for being a fantastic live band, but unfortunately you’re not likely to see them (or any other band) in concert any time soon. To help you out, they’ve announced a new live album, simply titled LIVE DRUGS , and shared the first cut, a live version of Pain , taken from their latest album, 2017’s A Deeper Understanding . performances many different live shows over the years and comes from 40 hard drives full of live recordings of the band.

3. Ariel Pink, House of Yesterday


A year after the release of his production Odditties Sodomies Vol. 2 , which gifted Ariel Pink fans with a compilation of recordings spanning nearly 20 years, capturing the entirety of Pink’s musical career, the artist is bringing the music video of the track House of Yesterday, included in this production. With a rather DIY and melancholic mood and under the direction of Dexy V, we see him wandering through a dark house while he prepares for war.

4. Junglepussy, Main Attraction


Junglepussy ‘s new single offers a more conventional trap sound, as well as that sound effect with which you’d think the artist sampled Kelly Rowland and Nelly ‘s song Dilemma , but that’s not the case, since the artist’s flow is the one who commands all production. The video with a quite marked cyberpunk aesthetic was in charge of morbid the clown .

5. Christine and the Queens, Iā€™m on Fire


Christine and the Queens shared an intimate piano cover of Bruce Springsteen ‘s classic I’m on Fire on IGTV . His rendition of the song is a nice stripped down version where piano chords are used only when necessary, opting to let the melody notes play uninterrupted rather than recreate the strumming motion of the guitar. Between the minimalist instrumentation and her soulful vocal performance, it’s definitely a performance that goes straight to the heart, so don’t be surprised if you cry.

6. Helena Deland, Pale


ā€œ Pale refers to the little space left to the real self in romantic relationships where idealization comes into play,ā€ Deland said in a statement. Like much of what’s been heard from his new album so far, the song is a bit elusive and elusive, part indie-pop under a haze, part dreamy synthscape. As always, there’s something a little spooky about all of this, Deland mixing the gooey and the spooky.

7. The Kills, Raise Me


Filmed and edited by themselves, The Kills shared the video for an unpublished song, Raise Me , which will be included in the new album titled Little Bastards and that will go on sale on December 11. This new work will have the particularity that it will have some rarities and unpublished demos that the duo recorded between 2002 and 2009.