EVANESCENCE's AMY LEE Reunites With LINDSEY STIRLING For Quarantine Version Of 'Wasted On You'

EVANESCENCE's AMY LEE Reunites With LINDSEY STIRLING For Quarantine Version Of 'Wasted On You'

EVANESCENCE singer Amy Lee reunited with famed violinist Lindsey Stirling to record a special quarantine version of the new EVANESCENCE single "Wasted On You" as part of Lindsey's "String Sessions" series. A video of the performance, including a short interview, can be seen below.

Amy tweeted on Friday: "It was so good reuniting with @LindseyStirling on her #StringSessions series! Cant wait for you to see what we did with #WastedOnYou."

Added Lindsey: "I'm so lucky to have been able to go on tour with one of my idols, and now she's my next guest on #StringSessions! @Amy Lee and I perform @Evanescence's new song 'Wasted On You'."

Stirling previously guested on the EVANESCENCE song "Hi-Lo", which was included on the band's "Synthesis" album, a reimagining of some of EVANESCENCE's best-loved tracks — as well as a couple of new ones — recorded with a full orchestra and electronics.

EVANESCENCE and Stirling teamed up for co-headlining 2018 summer amphitheater tour across North America. Both artists' shows were accompanied by a full orchestra.

Lindsey told the Arizona Republic in a 2018 interview: " I loved EVANESCENCE [in high school]. And I still do. To this day, I have so much respect for Amy Lee. And getting to watch her perform every night, she's such an incredible powerhouse. I feel like I have a lot to learn from her and what she's done."


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