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young people to live a life of authenticity. >> and if you do that, you too will find yourself in a position where people see you. they really see you and who you are. >> he thanked governor newsom for seeing him. jenkins also has a sports résume. he was football captain at santa clara university and briefly went pro with the seattle sea hawks. >> that's going to do it for us on this monday night. we hope to see you back here tomorrow. >> stay safe. ♪
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> announcer: from rockefeleller centerer in the h of new yorork city, itit's "the tonighght show" ststarring jimmy fafallon tonight jojoin jimmy and his gueststs, daniel c craig, billie eilish and finneaeas, and the lelegendary "r"roots crew. and now here's your host, jimmy fallon ♪ >> jimmy: thank you very much. thank you very much for watching "the tonight show." i appreciate everybody welcome, welcome, welcome. let's get to the news and jokes. well, guys, the big news today is that president trump has been released from walter reed hospital here's a message from his doctor earlier today >> he's met or exceeded all standard hospital discharge criteria he'll receive another dose of remdesivir here today, and then
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we plan to get him home. though he may not entirely be out of the woods yet, the team and i agree that all our evaluations, and, most importantly, his clinical status support the president's safe return home >> jimmy: yep. good news. it's safe for the president to return home. mostly because everyone at the white house already has the virus. once she heard he was coming home, melania immediately checked herself into walter reed. [ light laughter ] but this was nice. the staff went all out to welcome trump home they even hung a bunch of balloons that looked exactly like the coronavirus [ light laughter ] yep, trump left the hospital for two reasons. one, he was feeling better two, he didn't want to get billed for another night "i know how these things work. a reporter then asked about trump's mental status, like if he has any neurological symptoms or fogginess as a a result of having the virus and here is what the doctor had to say >> i think you have seen the videos and the tweets, and you'll see him shortly you know, he's -- he's back, yeah
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>> jimmy: the reporter is like, "yeah, we did, that's why we're asking you." some crazy times when you can judge the president's health from his videos and tweets this afternoon trump broke the news on twitter, saying, "i'll be leaving the great walter reed medical center today at 6:30, feeling really good don't be afraid of covid don't let it dominate your life i feel better than i did 20 years ago. i'm not surprised trump feels better than he did 20 years ago. back then he was $800 million in debt. [ laughter ] trump left walter reed today, but he actually left the hospital for a little while over the weekend watch. >> the president got in his suv and went out to wave to supporters gathered outside. >> he's there in the back seat wearing a mask and waving. others in the suv with him, exposed. health experts say the president likely still contagious >> jimmy: yeah, according to "the new york times" trump wanted to leave the hospital, and doctors wanted him to stay inside, so they compromised, and trump left the hospital. yeah, the secret service had to take trump around after 50 uber xl drivers were like, "hell no."
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what is happening? trump even turned the hospital stay into chaos. the joker caused less trouble when he visited gotham general you could tell the secret service thought the joyride was a bad idea right after, they went on ebay looking for a used pope mobile well, turns out trump's joyride may have even his own family thinking he is acting irrationally according to sources don jr. is deeply upset by his father's decision to drive around and thinks trump is acting crazy you know things have gone off the rails when don jr. becomes the voice of reason. [ light laughter ] in response, president trump was like, "i'm not acting crazy and here's 15 all-caps tweets to prove it. [ light laughter ] meanwhile, on saturday night the white house released some photos to show that trump was busy working while he was at walter reed. here is one of trump signing a a document
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could we zoom in on that people are saying that he's just writing his name on a a blank piece of paper, but that's not true. that's not true. that's not a blank piece of paper. that's just his entire plan to stop covid [ laughter ] it seems like a photo-op, but they've really just been handing trump blank pages to sign for the past four years "this is urgent, mr. president. "oh, well, then i have to sign it." well, some people online are calling the announcement ceremony for amy coney barrett the rose garden massacre after it's been identified as the super spreader event take a look. yeah by the way, could those seats be packed together any tighter even the ceo of southwest is like, "come on, give him a a little room. [ laughter ] right after that photo, trump was like, "okay, now let's all get in a big pile. let's change gears coca-cola announced they are discontinuing their coconut water brand zico
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a big blow for all of those people who love pretending that they like the taste of coconut water. [ laughter ] >> hey hey. >> jimmy: coca-cola knew it was time to discontinue zico, because they actually did it a a year ago, and no one noticed and finally, this is exciting. a pretty famous house just got put on the market. watch this >> the house that played a a central role in the 1991 thriller "silence of the lambs" is for sale for the price of just under $300,000 fans of the movie can buy the on-screen pennsylvania home of the fictional serial killer buffalo bill >> jimmy: now , i know people are buying a lot of houses right now, but you've got to draw the line somewhere, right [ light laughter ] you know, realtors say they'll be happy to give you a tour of the front porch and nothing else we have a great show give it up for "the roots," everybody! ♪
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>> yeah. yeah we here. come on. sing it. ♪ >> jimmy: thank you so much, everybody. thanks for tuning in hey, guys, one of the things we've talked about here on the show is how to help small businesses during this awful time and if you are a fan of live comedy, you know the comedy clubs across the country have been closed down for months and they're struggling so each night this week we're going to be shouting out a a different club that could use your support and thanks to our friends at indeed each of them will be receiving a check for $15,000. that's pretty awesome. [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: if you aren't familiar with indeed, they make it easier for small businesses to find and hire great people. for more info go to our first comedy club we're highlighting is bananas out in hasbrouck heights, new jersey. [ cheers and applause bananas, i actually got my start at bananas can we -- that, yeah, i was so excited about that
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my mom heard about this comedy contest on the radio, and i was 16 or 17-years-old, and i entered it, and it was the craziest thing ever. i ended up winning the contest and started my whole comedy career i got the bug right there. so, i wouldn't be where i am without bananas or comedy clubs in general so thank you to bananas for giving me my start and for years of making people laugh, and a big thank you to indeed for helping them out [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: every night this week we have a great show for you tonight, it is james bond day! it is global james bond day. do you have a favorite bond film >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: yeah from the upcoming film "no time to die," his fifth and final film as james bond, daniel craig is here [ cheers and applause and they wrote the theme song
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to the new bond movie, billie eilish and finneas are here [ cheers and applause there you go look at this come on. how cool is that [ applause ] >> jimmy: billie eilish and finneas are here we'll be talking to them later they debut their first u.s. performance of the new bond song "no time to die. it's going to be good. [ applause ] >> jimmy: guys it is time for "tonight show" hashtag here we go ♪ ♪ hashtag ♪ hashtag >> jimmy: we do this thing every week where i send out a hashtag and ask you guys to respond to that topic. so, this week i sent out the hashtag "i got busted" and i asked you guys to tweet out a story about a time you got caught doing something funny or embarrassing treat, do you get caught doing something funny or embarrassing >> absolutely. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: within minutes, it was a trending topic, so thank you all so much for playing along.
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and now i thought i would share some of my favorite "i got busted" responses from you guys this first one is from @brown2606 she says, "when i was a teenager i tried to sneak out of the house late one night. on my way out i accidentally rang the doorbell. [ light laughter ] "honey, someone is here. it's our daughter. this one is from @umjello. she says, "my sister's threw a a rager while my parents were away we got rid of all of the evidence the next day our parents came home and didn't expect a thing, until they turned on the ceiling fan and all of the beer bottle caps flew off." "the fan is drinking again." this one is from @joedeprospero wow! that's a good name he says, "i got caught playing air guitar by myself and tried to pretend i was brushing lint off my shirt." [ laughter ] >> yeah, that always happens ♪ >> jimmy >> jimmy: this one is from
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@bellossue she says, "i was riding with a a friend to her parents' house and we were talking about how hideously some of the houses were painted in the neighborhood i said, 'whoa, look at that one.' she said, 'we're here.' 'that's not what -- i like it. it's actually -- what is it, like a scurvy green?'" this one is from @kristie0106 she says, "when i was 16 i snuck out to a club in nashville. my mom called the club they stopped the music and called my name across the intercom saying my mom was on the phone. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's good right there. yeah, yeah, yeah this one is from pastor kiester, kester. pastor kester 76 [ laughter ] this is -- i'm sorry, there's one "e." pastor kester 76 >> okay. [ light laughter ]
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>> jimmy: he says, "i was explaining to a co-worker that i'm bad at remembering names 'what about adam bell,' he asks 'do you know the name adam bell?' i thought about it and said, 'it kind of sounds familiar, but no.' he replied, 'i'm adam bell.'" [ laughter ] >> jimmy: is that your favorite one? >> yeah, that's pretty good. that's pretty good >> jimmy: adam bell is pretty good [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. i don't know why it is making me laugh adam bell. >> like, for some reason i hear - >> jimmy: "i'm adam bell." >> i hear him saying it in like the batman voice though. >> jimmy: i'm adam bell. >> yeah, yeah. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: but does he say the other lines like batman, too "what about adam bell? >> yeah, exactly >> jimmy: "do you know the name adam bell? i'm adam bell. i'm adam bell. >> yeah. >> jimmy: no, i'm adam bell. [ laughter ]
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>> "i'll fight you for it. >> jimmy: "will the real adam bell please stand in fact, i, the announcer, am the real adam bell." [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: this one is from @martinamelcherm she says, "i was in a group interview for a sales position at the disney store when i burped a cloud of marijuana smoke. it was kind of amazing, but i didn't get the job." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it was kind of amazing? >> okay. >> jimmy: it was kind of amazing, but i didn't get the job. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you thought that was going to be like - >> i mean you know how hard it is to burp weed smoke? >> jimmy: no, i don't. i have no idea >> give credit where credit is due. >> jimmy: yeah this last one is from @iamjennymcd do you know jenny mcd? "sounds familiar, but, no, i don't.
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i am jenny mcd hi, i'm adam bell. want to get married? jenny mcd. she says, "on the way to a a wedding an erratic driver was ticking me off i flipped him off as he passed us turns out he was the minister. [ laughter ] pastor kester. there you have it, everybody those are tonight show hashtags check out more of our favorites go to we'll be right back with daniel craig ♪ (♪ ) keepeping your o oysters grorg whilile keeping g your bubusiness grorowing has you u swamped. (♪ ) you neneed to hirere i need i indeed
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♪ >> jimmy: my first guest is a very talented actor that you've known as james bond for the past 15 years. his fifth and final bond film, "no time to die," hits theaters worldwide on april 2nd here is daniel craig yeah oh, look at that >> hello, how are you? you didn't get the memo.
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>> jimmy: i should have. >> so i'm just -- how much of a fool do i look what are you trying to do? >> jimmy: no, you -- i can't believe -- of course you would do this. you're the best. >> this is how i walk around my house all the time [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah >> i insist everybody who comes to the door has to put one on and know how to tie it, that's the other thing. >> jimmy: yeah so it's classy but also dressed down it's both. you know how to do it. today is james bond day. >> that's right. >> jimmy: there's no better way to celebrate than with james bond himself i'm honored. thank you so much for coming >> pleasure is all mine. >> jimmy: oh, please >> thank you for having me >> jimmy: it was announced on friday that the release of "no time to die" is now being pushed 'til the spring and i have a question for you. be honest. is this just because you want to be james bond for a few months longer? >> just eke every second i can out of it. >> jimmy: yeah >> here is the deal. this thing is just bigger than all of us, and we just want people to go and see this movie in the right way and safe way. you know, cinemas, you know,
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all around the world are closed at the moment and we want to release the movie at the same time all around the world and this isn't the right time. >> jimmy: yeah >> so, you know, fingers crossed, april 2nd is going to be our date. >> jimmy: it's such a big film >> yes >> jimmy: and all of these bonds are, but they have been ever since you took over 15 years ago they're just the most insane -- every movie tops each other with the next one. and i'm just like -- you know, some people go like, "oh, my gosh, why wouldn't you want that gig forever?" i'm like, "because it's hard work it's crazy." >> you know, i mean there comes a time where, you know, i've given it everything i can. i'm so glad that i came back and did this last one. we had lots of loose threads that we hadn't tied up, and the story just didn't feel complete and i just was so -- you know, i needed a break, i'll truly admit it
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i just needed to get my head away from it for a while, and once i had and we started talking about story lines and things we could do and where we could take it i was like, "oh, look, i'm in let's do one more and try to sort of like finish the story. we started the story in "casino royale" and actually we kind of been very -- you know. i think we very successfully kind of continued that story all the way through. and this was the chance to just round it off >> jimmy: do you remember when it was formally announced? you can take it off, sure, sure take it off. yeah do you remember when you were formally announced as the next james bond, when it was official >> yeah, i mean it -- i mean, i will never forget any of that time it was some of the most exciting, dramatic, all of the things, time of my life. i was in -- when it was officially announced, that's just now i think it was officially announced, like, 15 years ago, like this week or something, or next week. >> jimmy: yeah, it is. yeah >> but i was in baltimore filming with nicole kidman and barbara brookly, the producer of the bonds, one of the producers of the bonds phoned me up and just said to me, "already you, kiddo.
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that was it. >> jimmy: oh >> but this is the thing i was in baltimore i had a night off. i had a day off the following day, and i was like, "what am i going to do? i can't tell anybody." i couldn't tell anybody because it was like she said, "don't tell a soul, don't tell your family, don't tell." so i'm like, like -- so i was in whole foods supermarket literally with a shopping cart with deodorant and washing liquid and, you know, doing my weekly shopping. so i literally pushed that like, you know, down an aisle like that, and walked into the liquor section i bought myself a bottle of vodka, a bottle of vermouth and a shaker and a glass, and i went back. and this is the thing. you may not believe this i'd never had a martini before i'd never mixed myself a a martini, ever.
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>> jimmy: yeah >> i'd never actually drunk a martini before i kind of understood what it was and i was like, "okay, i'm going to give this a go. people talk about -- it was in chicago i think i was doing "road to perdition" when people were drinking martinis, the first time i had seen a proper martini. and i did actually taste one then i went, "this is just vodka. and they went, "yeah, it is very dry." always very dry -- >> jimmy: yeah, it is so dry that it's actually vodka >> yes, it is just a glass full of vodka, let's be honest. >> jimmy: yup. >> so i did half a bottle and stumbled to a bar in baltimore, of which there are many really many good bars in baltimore. >> jimmy: yeah, i love baltimore. >> if you put a gun against my head i couldn't find the bar again, i was so drunk when i got there. and i sat and i must have drunk another three martinis at the bar. and the guy -- i must have been smiling. i just must have been, like, from ear to year and the guy kept on saying, "what's going on what's going on? you're in a good mood. i said, listen, you wouldn't [ bleep ] believe me if i told you. >> jimmy: he's like, "this guy's crazy, man he's just laughing." "i'm james bond. >> i must have literally -- i
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must have been cat like. i can't imagine. i must have looked crazy i mean the fact he even spoke to me was probably, you know - >> jimmy: what a tough thing to keep secret. and you're just like, "oh, my gosh." but i mean, there is one person you did tell, which i love this story. you told your mom. >> yeah, of course i mean, you know, i did. and then she got -- yeah, that's right yeah i told my mother and she then got done by the press because she is very tight-lipped but, of course, she got a phone call from "the london times" that basically said, "you must be very proud. she was like, "well, of course i'm proud," and then that's it >> jimmy: that's all they needed >> hey, daniel craig's mom announces bond >> jimmy: confirms it. >> which is not actually, you think about it, not a bad way to get announced is it, really? >> jimmy: everyone is going to be asking you about what you will miss most about being bond i was going to ask you, what's the one thing you won't miss at all about being james bond >> i don't get out very often, but sometimes i will be somewhere, maybe in a hotel lobby or somewhere, you know, where there's a bar maybe.
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it can be literally 9:00 a.m. in the morning, a martini will be shoved in front of me and i'm like -- back in the day, there may be a time when a 9:00 a.m. martini may have been kind of nice thing, but just -- i'm just not they don't go down so well now 9:00 a.m i love a martini but 9:00 a.m.'s a bit tough. i won't miss them. >> jimmy: we have an exclusive clip from "no time to die" that we're premiering right here when we come back. i've actually never even seen it yet it's a special link. so i'm freaking out. thanks for this. stick around, everybody. ♪
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involved, or maybe you are but what advice would you give to the next bond >> don't [ bleep ] it up i mean - [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, my god >> i don't know what else to think of >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. it's genius. >> it's a beautiful, beautiful amazing thing. it's like -- don't [ bleep ] it up leave it better than when you found it >> jimmy: that's great >> is that right, can you say that probably not >> you are allowed to do the whatever you want, you are james bond come on. you cannot have a bond movie without a great song and you have a great one in this billie eilish and finneas wrote and recorded "no time to die." they're going to perform it actually tonight on our show >> i'm so excited to see that. >> jimmy: how do you hear the songs when they send it to you do they go, okay, what do you think? >> well, what normally happens is that there's a sort of rough cut of the song that the musician will record and it happened with adele and it happened with billie as well and it's sort of secretly sent
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on a music file to a phone and we all kind of peep it we try and keep it as secret as we can because it's important to keep it under wraps but i kind of want to -- i need to listen to it. and ear phones are never quite good enough and my office at pinewood is next to other offices so i cannot crank it up so, there's usually a fancy car parked outside somewhere at pinewood, whether it's an aston martin or a range rover and they tend to have pretty good stereos in them so, and i will get in the car and drive it somewhere and then just crank it up and listen to it like 10 or 15 times then you get it -- because you need to kind of vibrate with the song and you know, this song is especially with billie's song it was just like wow, we've got this >> jimmy: if you had to pick your three favorite bond songs of all time. >> oh, no! >> jimmy: but not including "no time to die. >> okay, okay, okay, okay. >> jimmy: not including "no time to die. >> you go first. >> jimmy: me go first?
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>> yes >> jimmy: i think you got "goldfinger," shirley bassey >> yeah. >> jimmy: ♪ goldfinge he's the man ♪ i love that one. i love >> it's really those horns are so violent i listened to that again recently it's really, like -- >> jimmy: i like "thunderball," tom jones. >> yeah. you know the story about with tom jones? >> jimmy: no >> supposedly on the last take, he held the note so long that he passed out in the booth [ laughter ] you ever hear that >> jimmy: no >> i hope it true, but i love it i just like to think it's true >> jimmy: for that last one. ♪ thunderball oh, my gosh. that's the only way to do it >> they were like, 'wow, tom, that's great, tom. where has he gone? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, i mean, honestly, there's so many good ones i would say "live and let die. >> yeah, no, that was great. i mean, look, i truly believe this is brilliant, billie's. and it's definitely up there
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i mean, in fact, it's in the top three. but if i have to name, i mean, adele, when i first heard that, that was like, oh, my god. i've got a soft spot for "goldeneye" because of tina. >> jimmy: oh, yeah >> and "nobody does it better," because it's so kind of not -- >> jimmy: of course. >> it's carly simon and i have a massive, massive, massive crush on carly simon when i was a kid. so - >> jimmy: we have something very special tonight you brought an exclusive clip from "no time to die" that we are premiering tonight before we show it, is there any set up you want to give or - >> i think this is the one that comes toward the beginning of the movie. where you know, when i read the script and it says, run down bridge and be chased by the bad guys jump off bridge. it's like, here we go. >> jimmy: here we go here's daniel craig in "no time to die." take a look. ♪
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[ [ gun fire ] ] ♪ ♪ ♪ >> jimmy: yes, come on, standing ovation oh, my gosh. yes! yes! that's what we want. i love it. daniel craig you are awesome. "no time to die" hits the theaters in the spring james bond night continues when we come back with billie eilish and finneas. stick around
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♪ >> jimmy: my next guests have 11 grammys between them for their multi-platinum album, "when we all fall asleep where do we go?" and they wrote and recorded the brand new bond theme song, "no time to die," which is out now it is awesome. here's billy eilish and finneas. yeah, it's great to see you guys come on. hello. you are here on a perfect day. it is global "james bond" day. and you both wrote and recorded the theme song, which is awesome. i love it. i want to know everything.
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i want to know how it all came together, i want to know every single, just go like for two hours. [ laughter ] >> um, yeah, it was a crazy surreal experience i don't remember when it all kind of -- >> started >> -- was real but i do know for many years we've wanted to write a bond song not even like we thought we could. it was more like - >> a fantasy >> -- a fantasy, like a complete fantasy like how cool would it be to do this you know but i think it was last summer-ish, it started being a a topic of discussion and not a fantasy and it was very insane to us yeah, it was, it was a couple months of very like disbelief, i think. >> jimmy: were there scraps of songs that you tried, you like, i think i got it this is "no time to die. and you're like -- ♪ no time to di no time to die oo ♪
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and then, you go, okay, let me just come back -- let's just do this tomorrow. or did you know immediately, like this is the tune. >> you know, what's funny is that we kind of started with making sure we got like a melody that we felt was really solid before we tried any lyrics out but we did definitely, you know, before we had written anything go like, i -- we both think it's really important to have the title of the movie in the song and have the song be called that because it just, it would not have been satisfying otherwise and so - >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah >> so we were thinking how would we make it make sense? what could we say? what could we whatever so it was kind of, we were kind of stuck for like a few -- the first few days we tried to work on it. we were like, you know, it was a lot of pressure. it was a [ bleep ] bond song it's like, what are you supposed to -- so we were pretty stumped and then there was a day where finneas was playing on the piano and he just played this one melody and it was just the -- and we were just like --
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>> jimmy: yes! it's like, dude it's so perfect. you go - because they all have that like mysterious they have like a mystique to those bond themes. like - >> yeah. >> jimmy: it's weird progression, but then got got that oh, and it's almost like that one -- i don't even know when even know what chord it is but it's that -- >> yeah. >> jimmy: you know, with the jangely guitar and you are like, oh i don't know did they like it as soon as they sent it to them did you have notes >> han zimmer loved it that. i know that. he was the one, i know that he really connected to it, which was crazy for us >> jimmy: han zimmer >> yeah, i know. >> the greatest. >> jimmy: how was that whole thing? >> it was crazy! it was -- he is a doll he is such a joy and his main thing was that he wanted us to just see the movie before we -- like just so that we knew.
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we flew to london and we watched the movie, which was, you know, like a rough cut, i guess, a year ago-ish, under a a year and then we worked with him for a week-ish >> had an orchestra and it was amazing. >> it was really amazing >> he is so cool >> yeah. >> jimmy: and how fun is that? how does it work with orchestra? like can you change things or they know what's already written and they say, we are doing this >> that's a good question and i would have thought that you could not change stuff once it's written but all day, hanz, stephen lipson, who produced it with us, and we would lean in and we'd go like, can we have them try something spookier here, and they would go to the orchestra and say, do this and they would change in real time >> it was crazy. >> like all 70 people. it was incredible. >> jimmy: that's pretty cool you both did a virtual performance at the dnc i think it was "my future" and it was great everyone looked people were like this was so good.
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and before you performed, billie spoke, why was that important to you >> um, to be honest i just think it was my responsibility to do that i really couldn't want to be involved in politics less. i would literally rather do anything else than be talking about this and be doing anything and i just think that that's not -- i think that should show you how much this actually means right now. because even with me, who is somebody that like i used to just, you know, completely shut up, i don't want to talk about it i don't want to deal with it i don't want to hear anybody's opinions, i don't want to give my opinions. you know, i don't want to deal with it. there comes a certain point where like you can't just -- >> ignore it >> speak -- yeah, you can't ignore it. you can't be silent. and i think it's -- especially having the platform that i have, i don't want to waste that
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so, i think it's really important that we all talk and speak up even if we'd rather die. [ laughter ] l >> jimmy: yeah i think it was really cool that you did that finneas, last time you were on the show we talked about how you and billie work every day sounds in to your songs. you actually played me like a crosswalk beeping or something it so -- it was mind blowing. i was wondering if you would not mind showing how you do some of it >> absolutely. so, thank you for segueing in to this. and thank you also for being generous enough to send me your four recordings that you sent. just for your audience i'm going to play a couple of them this is my person favorite one ♪ jimmy bond i like that one a lot. >> jimmy: oh, god. [ laughter ] >> i really like jimmy bond a lot. please, jimmy bond >> yeah, that one's great. >> vote! >> you sang vote is great.
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>> i figured why not >> i liked this one, this one is great shakin shakin >> that was great. that's great that should be the name of it. and then you sent me this file of you singing can which is great >> time to die, no time, no time to die can -- >> which is awesome. >> no time >> i wish we would have that when we first started writing the song that would be great. i'm going to try to make if it's okay with you. i will try to make a beat quickly out of the samples you sent me. is that okay right now >> i'm freaking out right now. everything is falling off. i'm freaking out right now >> start with jimmy bond >> jimmy bond. >> i'm going to pitch it down. >> jimmy bond. >> very cool, very metal >> jimmy bond. jimmy bond jimmy bond jimmy, jimmy bond. jimmy bond >> yeah. >> jimmy bond.
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