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As each celebrity featured in the shoot was allowed to choose what they would be doing for the video, Lee chose to appear laying flowers on a grave.Her scene was recorded at Trinity Church in Manhattan, during which she wore a black velvet coat that previously belonged to Tim Burton.
Speaking about the song "Push the Button" which she originally penned for the movie, Lee explained that it marked a departure for her due to its electronic sound.Citing influences in folk and Celtic music, she says her current writings feel like she is going back to her "really old" roots.She gave no potential release date, but said of her reason for this new direction, "I need to show that I'm more than a one trick pony." Lee stated during an October 2008 interview with The Gauntlet that she did not know whether or not she would begin a solo career, saying that she was "at a point where I don't know what is next." She noted that Evanescence was still together as a band but that she found touring to be monotonous.A later band version of "My Immortal" was made available for download for those who had bought an official version of Fallen through their web site, but required that a CD checker program also be downloaded for verification before it would play.The band version was included on later copies of Fallen, notably the Brazilian, Bolivian, and Argentine editions.Lee later performed a duet with her then-boyfriend Shaun Morgan on the track "Broken" for Seether's 2004 album Disclaimer II.
The song was also featured as part of the soundtrack for the 2004 film The Punisher.
Amy Lynn Hartzler (née Lee; born December 13, 1981), known professionally as Amy Lee, is an American singer, songwriter, pianist, and record producer.
She is the co-founder and lead vocalist of the rock band Evanescence.
Lee began scoring films in 2013, composing the soundtrack to War Story (2014) and Indigo Grey: The Passage (2015) with cellist Dave Eggar, and the song "Speak to Me" for the film Voice from the Stone (2017). to parents John Lee, a disc jockey and TV personality, and Sara Cargill. Lee had a younger sister who died in 1987 at the age of three from an unidentified illness, In an interview on AOL Music, Lee said that the first songs she remembered writing were called "Eternity of the Remorse" and "A Single Tear".
The first was written when she was eleven years old and wanted to become a classical composer, and the second was for an assignment when she was in the eighth grade.
The album contains new material and covers of songs from the original Nightmare Before Christmas soundtrack.