28/07/2015 12:39 BST | Updated 28/07/2015 12:59 BST

'Spectre' Theme Song: Ellie Goulding Fuels Speculation Over New James Bond Soundtrack

Ellie Goulding has fuelled speculation that she’s recording the ‘Spectre’ theme song, with a new Instagram post.

The ‘Love Me Like You Do’ singer has shared a snap of herself coming out of London’s Abbey Road studios, alongside the caption: “That's a wrap!”

The studios have played host to plenty of music’s biggest stars, but fans have noted that it’s also where Adele recorded the Oscar-winning ‘Skyfall’.

Earlier this month, Sam Mendes, who is directing the new James Bond film, revealed that the new movie’s soundtrack had already been penned.

“I can say that the song's been recorded and it's fantastic and I'm very excited about it,” he told BBC news earlier this month, adding: “You won't have to wait long.”

Bookies Betfair are certain that Ellie’s nabbed the job, so much so that they’ve even suspended betting.

“Ellie Goulding had been friendless at 25/1 but accompanying the rumours in the past week that ‘Spectre’ theme tune has already been recorded has been an overwhelming number of bets coming through for the English singer songwriter, forcing us to suspend betting,” a trader from Betfair told The Mirror.

“Sam Smith and Adele were the well backed favourites in this market, accounting for over 80% of bets.”

The first full ‘Spectre’ trailer was revealed earlier this month, watch it below…