The talented frontwoman of Evanescense, Amy Lee shared an Instagram story showing her morning activity and revealed a surprising new skill of hers.
The beautiful icon of the famous rock band Evanescence, Amy Lee posted a picture via the stories of her official Instagram account and stunned the fans with her amazing talent of creating small versions of fast food using play dough.
On the picture, Lee wrote: ‘My morning‘ and expressed her love of ‘tiny food.’ As you will see in the photo below, she prepared the play dough versions of french fries, a hamburger, a taco, and an ice-cream. She convinced her fans that she got a really fascinating talent for giving shape to colorful play dough.
Evanescence singer Amy Lee looked back on the band's early days, while also discussing the future plans, the upcoming album "The Bitter Truth," and more.
The new record is tentatively due later this year as the first new, full-length Evanescence record in nearly a decade. You can check out the band's music here via Amazon.
When asked, "What band helped you out the most when coming up through the ranks?", Amy replied (transcribed by UG):
"Oh, that's a good one. I'm thinking... Korn - for sure; and part of it is learning, this learning on-tour when we came out with our first album [2003's 'Fallen'] and it was quickly a thing.
"It happened quickly for us once it came out, the venues started growing more and more, and we'd played only a handful of shows ever. We were still becoming like, 'OK, let's figure out how to do this.' We were still learning - it was such a different time.
"So, you go on such tours and you learn how things work from people that you get to tour with. I remember touring with Korn, a couple of times in our early days, and they were really kind to us.
"I felt like having their support and endorsement - even from such an incredibly powerful and also incredibly heavy band with vastly a lot of men that like it. I love Korn, that is something that I loved even before we made it, they were big to us!
"So, to be totally led into the club by them, embraced by them, brought on tour, even to be invited to their performance to be a part in - like their 'Unplugged,' that was really cool.
"And we've played too many shows to count since then, and they definitely did something positive to us in the beginning."
That's fantastic. We have a question from Blythe, a fan. Blythe says: 'First off, she's lovely! What her favorite collaboration?' "That's too hard to choose. It's like all of your boyfriends are lined up and you tell them which one is the best. It's tough.
"I really, really am proud of the Body Count cooperation from earlier this year [on 'When I'm Gone'].
"It was such a surprise to have that particular thing - to be an option - and I remember hearing about it before hearing the track and thinking, 'I wanna hear that. I feel in my head like there's so a solid chance that this is not something I'm gonna contribute well to this.'
Amy Lee, the iconic frontwoman and co-founder of Evanescence, has explained what she thinks about one of the most popular stars of the decade, Billie Eilish, while putting into words her distinct style and soulful music.
During the recent interview she gave to FM99 WNOR, Amy Lee has talked about her recent works, including her unique collaboration with the Wagakki Band, and the upcoming album, ‘The Bitter Truth,’ which is due 2020.
While speaking of the satisfaction of focusing on one song at a time, instead of going with the whole album release, Lee emphasized the joy of having each moment with the fans, interacting about the songs for a while.
Aside from her own projects, it was also asked Amy Lee what she thinks about Billie Eilish, who turned out to be one of the biggest stars in the world through the internet. She responded to this question by remarking that she loves Billie so much.
Amy said Billie Eilish is her favorite thing about the past year of music and that she’s totally pure, taking risks, and not like she was put together by some machine. Lee also touched upon the fact that Billie is totally weird, and a little bit goth, but she gives her so much hope about the future of music.
Here’s what Amy Lee said about Billie Eilish:
“I don’t know, but I love it so much. It’s my favorite thing about the past year of music – Billie Eilish. It’s totally pure, it’s taking risks, it’s different, it’s not like it was put together by some machine.
It’s completely real and hurtful, totally weird, and, if I may say so, a little bit goth. And I love it! And it blew everything up and became mainstream! That gives me so much hope.”