Categoría: Amy Lee

Kerrang Interview: Why Amy Lee Is Done Being Silent

Miércoles, Sep 9, 2020
Kerrang Interview: Why Amy Lee Is Done Being Silent

After staying quiet while the world around her falls into disarray, Evanescence’s Amy Lee has found her voice and she’s going to use it for good.

Amy Lee doesn’t mince her words. That much becomes clear when, at the start of our interview, Kerrang! politely enquires as to whether we’re distracting her from anything important.

“You are – I was writing some lyrics!” she exclaims. “Garbage media!”

Our feelings would be hurt were it not for one crucial thing: her barbed comment is delivered with a huge grin. And an even bigger eruption of laughter.

“It’s okay, I was kind of stuck anyway,” Amy smiles, reclining on a sofa in her Nashville home, nursing a cup of black tea. “I’m going to get back to it after this.”

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Watch The Making of “Use My Voice” Music Video

Miércoles, Sep 9, 2020
Watch The Making of “Use My Voice” Music Video

The making of the “Use My Voice” official music video is available on YouTube to watch now!.

Get “Use My Voice” wherever you listen to music now: https://evanescence.lnk.to/UseMyVoiceID.

Directed By Eric D. Howell
Produced By Jillian Nodland
Director of Photography Bo Hakala
Production Design David Weiberg
Editor Nate Maydole
Production Company Picture Factory, Inc

Also you can check out the images in our gallery from the video shooting clicking in the image below!

Evanescence Hopes to “Empower All People” with “Use My Voice” Song & Voter Registration Campaign

Jueves, Sep 3, 2020
Evanescence Hopes to “Empower All People” with “Use My Voice” Song & Voter Registration Campaign

Evanescence is encouraging you to speak up for what’s right with the band’s new single, “Use My Voice“.

As frontwoman Amy Lee tells ABC Audio, “Use My Voice” has been a “really long time coming.” She first started writing it after reading the victim impact statement of Chanel Miller, who was sexually assaulted at Stanford University in 2015, and continued to work on the song over the years.

“More and more, over the course of the last couple years, our world’s just been going crazy,” Lee says. “I’ve seen things happen in this country that I didn’t think really could happen in this country. Just all along the way, another line would come to me.”

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Amy Lee on AXS TV: Finds Her Voice At Home and Social Online

Miércoles, Sep 2, 2020
Amy Lee on AXS TV: Finds Her Voice At Home and Social Online

Amy Lee talked with Katie Daryl from AXS TV and play a hall of fame worthy game of Rock & Tell in this digital exclusive At Home and Social Online.

Watch the full interview where Amy shows her wardrobe and more in our IGTV below and follow us on Instagram:

Interview of Amy Lee on iHeartRadio

Miércoles, Sep 2, 2020
Interview of Amy Lee on iHeartRadio

Amy Lee joined the host, Klinger, for a Q&A on September 1st at 5pm ET.

You can watch the full interview in our YouTube channel below and don’t miss to subscribe!

One on One with Evanescence Front Woman Amy Lee

Martes, Sep 1, 2020
One on One with Evanescence Front Woman Amy Lee

From the days of “Bring Me To Life”  20 years ago, to the brand new single “Use My Voice” and everything in between, we had a chat with lead singer and front woman Amy Lee on what it’s like creating new music in quarantine, what we can expect to hear from their new album and the most memorable moments over the past 20 years.

What is the process like when creating a new video in quarantine?

 Well we have been learning as we go. We found ourselves in an impossible situation this year as far as making a video the typical way, but what I really believe about art is that the feeling, the heart, is more important than the production quality. We looked at the world around us and all felt big feelings, but only had phones. So we just did our best to capture those feelings on our phones! For both quarantine videos we did, we got a basic idea, look and collection of shot goals with our long time director Paul Brown, then all independently went and tried to collect them, and also just used the moments and surroundings given to us from beyond our control to show how we felt and what we were going through. A lot of my favorite footage I got was spontaneous. A willingness to be vulnerable has been key both times, because if you can’t rely on pristine quality, you have to rely on authenticity (which is more important anyway).

The entertainment industry has had a huge blow from COVID-19, are there any takeaways or things you have learnt over this time? 

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