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Singled Out: Evanescence's Imperfection

Evanescence revisited some of their most loved songs and gave them a makeover with an orchestra on the "Synthesis" album. The record features two new songs and frontman Amy Lee recently spoke about "Imperfection" with Amazon's German branch in a video interview. Here is an excerpt:

'Imperfection' has several meanings, and one of them is definitely about loss and the sadness that we all feel and the struggle of getting through it is undeniable. And I think that we need to connect, and the point is expressing that and connecting to each other, that's hard to sum up. But another part of it is accepting our flaws and our differences and not seeing them so much as flaws as the thing about us that makes us us.

So when the song talks about 'imperfection,' it's really describing… just your you, your uniqueness, that thing. And if could all maybe look at our imperfections a little bit less like imperfections and a little bit more like our uniqueness - I don't know - maybe that would be a good thing. I still struggle with it.

Watch the interview clip right here!


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