The footage of the late singer has been released to mark the 20th anniversary of her debut album 'Frank'
Amy Winehouse is back in previously unseen video footage.
The clips have been released to honor the 20th anniversary of the artist’s groundbreaking debut album Frank and feature images from the original video shoot of her hit 2004 song "In My Bed." The new video also coincides with the arrival of the Picture Disc Edition of Frank, according to a release from Island Records.
In the clip, Winehouse is first seen walking solo in a hotel lobby as she sings to the camera. In a departure from her signature beehive hairdo, the then 20-year-old appears fresh-faced with her hair flowing behind her as she wanders up the hotel's stairs with a guitar in hand.
Winehouse is next seen in some candid shots waiting to film scenes for the video as a clapboard appears in front of her face. The “Back to Black” singer then makes it onto a stage in one of the hotel's rooms and performs with a band behind her.
The following shot shows Winehouse letting herself into a hotel room while holding her guitar. She then dances on a bed before the video ends with a close-up of the singer staring into the camera.
Winehouse’s original music video for “In My Bed” was directed by Paul Gore and released on April 5, 2004. The single was the third released from Frank.
To mark the 20th anniversary of the album, the Picture Disc Edition of Frank is being released with original sleeve imagery and two other photographs from the original artwork photoshoot in 2003.
The double vinyl features Winehouse’s singles “Take The Box”, “Stronger Than Me”, “F**k Me Pumps” and “In My Bed", from Frank.
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The singer is portrayed in the film by Marisa Abela, who stars alongside Eddie Marsan, Bronson Webb, Ansu Kabia and Harley Bird.
Back to Black was made with the full support of The Amy Winehouse Estate, plus Universal Music Group and Sony Music Publishing, according to a release.
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