Mark Ronson shares unreleased ‘Bond’ demo as part of voting advocacy compilation
While Mark Ronson‘s submission for the latest, and long-delayed, Bond installment didn’t make the cut as the upcoming film’s theme song, fans will get to hear the unreleased demo after all—and luckily, for a good cause, too. While thematic duties ultimately went to Billie Eilish, Ronson’s shelved “No Time To Die (Bond Demo)” is now landing among a grip of 77 other unreleased tracks hitting Bandcamp as part of the Good Music to Avert the Collapse of American Democracy, Volume 2 compilation.
Last month, the compilation’s first installment raised more than $250,000 for voting rights organization Voting Rights Lab. The second addition to the series, out now exclusively via Bandcamp, includes a trove of unreleased material from the likes of David Byrne, Pearl Jam, and others all contributing to the cause. Find the full compilation below and hear Ronson’s 007 demo ahead of the film’s spring 2021 release.