They’re reworking their catalogue with two brand new songs.
Inspired by an Italian song heard on radio in the country.
Including a new album and “something else that’s a little bit special and different”.
It features a cover of ‘Rubber Duckie’.
“This song is a classic that I’ve loved for as long as I can remember. It puts me at peace.”
Amy Lee, the frontwoman of soon-to-be-out-of-hiatus US rock band Evanescence, has released a cover of the Portishead classic It’s A Fire, and it’s actually god damn stunning. Lee’s It’s A Fire cover (below) sees the singer laying her suitably silky vocals over layers of piano and strings, before rising to belt out the song’s most
Online hacking organisation Anonymous have targeted Evanescence singer Amy Lee, Lee’s manager Andrew Lurie and president of EMI sub-label Wind Up Records’ Ed Vetri, the label of which the band is signed to, on allegations of attempting to prevent the reporting of child pornography that was published on Evanescence fan forum EvThreads.