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Evanescence - My Immortal (Official Music Video) \/\/TOP\\\\


"My Immortal" is a piano power ballad, with fictional lyrics about a lingering spirit that haunts someone. The song received generally positive reviews. It was commercially successful, peaking within the top ten in over 10 countries. It charted at number seven on the US Billboard Hot 100 and topped the charts in Canada, Greece and Portugal, as well as on the Billboard Adult Pop Songs chart. The single was certified gold in the US and platinum in Australia. In 2005, it received a nomination for Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals at the 47th Grammy Awards. An accompanying music video directed by David Mould was filmed in black-and-white in Gothic Quarter, Barcelona. The video was nominated for the MTV Video Music Award for Best Rock Video.




Evanescence - My Immortal (Official Music Video)



When "My Immortal" became a single, Lee and Moody chose the recording they had made for Fallen that the label originally rejected.[5] This single recording is dubbed the "band version", featuring a full band performance after the bridge and during the final chorus of the song, as well as Campbell's orchestration. It is the version used on the song's music video and for radio.[14] The later pressings of Fallen contain the single version (or "band version") of "My Immortal" as a hidden track.[12]


A music video directed by David Mould was filmed entirely in black-and-white in Plaça de Sant Felip Neri, Gothic Quarter, Barcelona.[5][60] Lee said they filmed it in an "old area of town", with some of footage from a "scenic point, and there was a rooftop where you could see Barcelona below."[5]


According to Jon Wiederhorn from MTV News, the shots of the video are "evocative and artistic, resembling a cross between a foreign film and a Chanel advertisement."[5] Joe D'Angelo of MTV News said that Lee's disconnection in the video shows a "distressed and emotionally wrought heroine."[63] Rob Sheffield of Rolling Stone praised the video saying that Lee looked like a "teen-misery titan" and that she "tiptoed through a marble castle of pain".[64] The music video received an MTV Video Music Award nomination for Best Rock Video at the 2004 MTV Video Music Awards.[65]


"My Immortal" performed by Evanescence is a music video directed by David Mould and filmed entirely in black-and-white. The song was released on December 8, 2003, produced by Ben Moody. Starring Amy Lee and Ben Moody, the video was nominated for "Best Rock Video" at the MTV Video Music Awards in 2004. Evanescence's My Immortal was shot in Plaça de Sant Felip Neri, Barri Gòtic which is the historic center of the old city of Barcelona.


"My Immortal" is a music video for the same-titled song by Evanescence. It was directed by David Mould, and filmed entirely in black-and-white at the Gothic Quarter in Barcelona. (Barri Gòtic)


The music video for "My Immortal" begins with Lee next to a fountain. Her legs and arms are covered with bandage, and she puts them in the water. She's wearing a long white dress. While she walks around the fountain, behind her are shown children jumping on a skipping rope and playing soccer. Shots of Moody follow, who appears to be sullen and withdrawn. He is wearing a suit and his feet are bare. His shoulders sag and his head slumps forward as he delicately plays piano, and later he picks up his jacket as if he's about to leave. When the bridge starts, the band is shot performing in one room while Moody is in another, with only his piano. Throughout the video, Lee is never filmed on ground level. She walks along the ledge of a fountain, sits in a tree and sings lying on top of a building. She also lies atop scaffolding and on the hood of a car surrounded with leaves. The video for the song was nominated in the category for Best Rock Video at the 2004 MTV Video Music Awards. According to Jon Wiederhorn from MTV News, the shots of the video are "evocative and artistic, resembling a cross between a foreign film and a Chanel advertisement." Joe D'Angelo of MTV News said that Lee's disconnection in the video shows a "distressed and emotionally wrought heroine." Rob Sheffield of Rolling Stone praised the video saying that Lee looked like a "teen-misery titan" and that she "tiptoed through a marble castle of pain". He also concluded that she could have borrowed the dress from Stevie Nicks. During an interview with Spin in 2011 Lee said that it was weird for her to watch the old videos of the band including the one for "My Immortal". She explained, "Just watching our oldest videos, it's weird. I definitely remember watching 'My Immortal,' like, 'That was not some dream where it was really somebody else.' I've totally had a couple of those moments. It's cool."


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In the music video, for example, Amy and Ben are supposed to represent to completely different roles because as the lyrics suggests, Ben is the person that has been left behind while Amy is singing from heaven, and she is in fact represented as an angel. 041b061a72


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