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Johnny Marr praises Billie Eilish ahead of Bond song performance at Brit Awards

Belfast Telegraph Tuesday, 18 February 2020
Johnny Marr has hailed the decision to have Billie Eilish sing the new Bond theme song as “really inspired”.
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