Dua Lipa could be the next artist to record a James Bond theme song if British synth-pop band Years & Years are to be believed.

The trio’s Mikey Goldsworthy let it slip that Dua Lipa, 22, was being considered to front the song for the 25th installment of the Bond franchise.

“I thought they’d ask us to do the theme tune but I think Dua Lipa is doing it,” Goldsworthy said during an interview with BBC Radio 5 on Tuesday.

“Am I not supposed to say that?” he added quickly.

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The band’s frontman Olly Alexander quipped, “Do you have intel we don’t?”

“I dunno. I feel bad now. I’ve ruined everything. Well, hopefully, and then we’ll do it,” Goldsworthy replied.

If the rumour is true, the English singer-songwriter would join the ranks of Adele, Sam Smith, Duran Duran, Madonna, Chris Cornell, Paul McCartney & Wings, Tina Turner and Tom Jones, among others, who have all recorded a title track for a 007 film. Smith’s “Writing’s On The Wall” for the 2015 film “Spectre” took home both the Golden Globe and Oscar for Best Original Song that year.

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Neither the Bond producers nor Dua Lipa have commented on Years & Years’ loose lips.

Directed by Danny Boyle, the next Bond installment with Daniel Craig is expected to hit theatres in November 2019.