One month ago, Evanescence shared their brand new single, “Imperfection”. It’s one of two original songs on the band’s upcoming album Synthesis, out November 10th. The gorgeous song tackles a tough subject: suicide. But as frontwoman Amy Lee sings, she wants to lift you up and erase your pain. You’re irreplaceable. Today, the song gets a music video that brings the lyrics to life.
The “Imperfection” video starts with Amy sitting at a bus stop in the rain. The camera flashes to a young girl crying as a body is moved from her home to an ambulance, fully covered in white. The two minute piano intro ends here as “Imperfection” officially begins. The young girl wanders through a surreal world of blooming colors and constellations of shapes. Amy sings fiercely, disappearing and reappearing like a mirage, while the Evanescence band members float in the background.
Watch the music video for “Imperfection” below:
Catch up on all we know about Synthesis, and enjoy “Imperfection” and “Bring Me To Life” while we wait for November 10th to arrive. You can also hear a live version of their new song, “Hi-Lo.” Be sure to see Evanescence live – they’re touring North America from October through December. Check out tour dates and tickets before it’s too late. Keep checking back here for all the latest Evanescence music news.
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