Amy Winehouse: never-before-seen images from “In My Bed”

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The 2004 video is released on the 20th anniversary of Amy Winehouse’s debut album, ” Frank “.

On the 20th anniversary of Amy Winehouse’s debut album, Franknever-before-seen footage from the filming of the artist’s 2004 music video for the song ” In My Bed » were revealed on Tuesday. The reissue of the disc is available for pre-order. Its release date is announced as February 2.

This almost four-minute video was created for the release of the vinyl edition of Frankwhich includes the singles “ Take the Box “, ” Stronger than Me “, ” F*** Me Pumps ” And ” In My Bed “.

Without her signature makeup and hairstyle, Winehouse strolls through a hotel, through the lobby, perches on the check-in counter, and climbs a stairwell carrying a guitar case. The singer then moves to an abandoned stage and takes the microphone as a group gathers behind her.

The clip ends with her walking through the hotel corridors and entering a room where she slips under the sheets singing softly.

The original music video, released in April 2004, was directed by Paul Gore.

Winehouse, who died aged 27 in 2011, will be played by Marisa Abela in the upcoming biopic Back to Black. Directed by Sam Taylor-Johnson, the film is expected to premiere in April. It will focus on the singer’s career, her husband Blake Fielder-Civil and the paparazzi who invaded her daily life.


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