In only two days, Evanescence will share their upcoming live album and concert film, Synthesis Live. Following live videos for “Hi-Lo” and “Lacrymosa” in the last week, Evanescence is sharing one more performance sneak peek. “My Heart Is Broken,” originally from their self-titled third album, was reimagined for Synthesis last year. The updated version cast the song in a new light, and that fresh perspective is brought to life in the new live version of “My Heart Is Broken.”
The performance starts with gentle orchestra, frontwoman Amy Lee and a harp joining in for the verse. It’s a lush, rich sound offset by the electronic drums. The second verse features puncturing horns, amplifying the sound even further. “My Heart Is Broken” grows into a powerful chorus, while the final bridge lilts into a soothing piano and harp duet. This strong performance promises a stunning Synthesis Live.
Check out the live performance of “My Heart Is Broken” from Synthesis Live below:
Last November, Evanescence made their long-awaited comeback by releasing a special album, Synthesis, their first in six years. The unique album reimagined the band’s best-known songs in a more orchestral and electronic soundscape, highlighting their classical background. The new concert film and live album were recorded on November 3, 2017. Evanescence performed Synthesis Live in front of a sold-out crowd at the Grand Theater at Foxwoods Casino in Connecticut.
Synthesis includes hits like “Bring Me To Life” and “Lithium,” album favorites like “Lacrymosa” and “Lost In Paradise,” and stunning new songs like “Hi-Lo” and “Imperfection.” Synthesis Live includes the same 16 songs, as well as 3 extras: “Good Enough,” “Swimming Home,” and “Speak To Me,” an original song Amy Lee first released in spring 2017.
You can pre-order Synthesis Live now in DVD + CD, Blu-Ray + CD, and Digital formats. Synthesis Live will be out in just two days. Get ready by listening to the first installment of Synthesis and the performances of “My Heart Is Broken,” “Lacrymosa,” and “Hi-Lo.”
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