evanescence

Evanescence have revealed new single ‘Better Without You’, taken from their forthcoming album ‘The Bitter Truth’, due out on 26 March 2021.

The record will be their first album of original music in a decade.

The goth-rock giants first teased ‘Better Without You’ by revealing a digital puzzle for fans to solve in order to hear a snippet of the song.

LISTEN TO THE TRACK HERE:

Everyone who solved the puzzle also receive a free ‘Better Without You’ ringtone and was entered for a chance to be the first fan in the world (along with a guest) to hear the full song along with a private Q&A with singer Amy Lee.

Last year the group revealed the album’s first single ‘Wasted On You’ and accompanying visuals, which were shot by each band member on their iPhones at home in isolation alone and with their families, and directed in collaboration with P.R. Brown.

They have already revealed previous tracks ‘The Game Is Over’, ‘Use My Voice’ and ‘Yeah Right’.

WATCH THE VIDEO FOR ‘WASTED ON YOU’ HERE:

Evanescence will be joining forces with Within Temptation for a huge co-headline world tour – rescheduled UK dates have been confirmed for autumn 2021.

Evanescence & Within Temptation Tour Dates:

Glasgow The SSE Hydro, 30 Sept
Leeds First Direct Arena, 01 Oct
Birmingham Utilita Arena, 03
London The O2, 04

Tickets on sale now from Eventim AXS Ticketmaster The Ticket Factory (Original tickets remain valid)

FIVE FAST BAND FACTS:

  1. Evanescence are two-time Grammy award winners.
  2. They have sold over 23 million albums worldwide.
  3. The group’s 2003 debut album ‘Fallen’ sold more than 17 million copies worldwide.
  4. Their debut single “’Bring Me To Life’ earned them their first UK No.1 hit.
  5. The band’s follow-up albums include ‘My Immortal’, ‘The Open Door’, the self-titled ‘Evanescence’ and their most ambitious release to date ‘Synthesis’.
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