From The Evanescence Reference
Amy Lee Songs

A Single Tear
Baby Did a Bad, Bad Thing *
Beacon for the Blind
Bee and Duck
Between Worlds
Bill's Wife Theme
Blind Opening Theme
Can't Stop What's Coming
Dark Water
Donkey and Chicken
Dream of Ice
Dream Too Much
Eternity of the Remorse
Find a Way
First Kiss
Going to California *
Goodnight My Love *
Halfway Down the Stairs *
Hello Goodbye *
I'm Not Tired
I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry **
If You're a Star
It's a Fire *
I Will Follow You into the Dark *
Little Bird
Love Exists
Mark's Theme
Push the Button
Remember to Breathe
Rubber Duckie *
Sally's Song *
Speak to Me
Stand by Me *
The End of the Book
The Final Leap
Through Your Eyes
Voice in My Head
With or Without You *
White Out

* Cover versions
** Live cover versions

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General information

Written by: A. Lee and D. Eggar

Resurrection is a song that Amy Lee and Dave Eggar wrote for Hammerstep's short film, Indigo Grey: The Passage.

In an interview with Rolling Stone on November 5, 2015, Amy explains how she came to record the song;[1]

Vin1.jpg It started in 2013 when one of the pieces of music inside in this Indigo Grey film was written. [Dave Eggar] had me come to the studio because Hammerstep was working on a new dance and they wanted an original piece of music. Vin2.jpg

When Amy watched the dance routine, she said that the best thing to do to write the song would be for them to "step into the vocal booth and just put the mic on and recorded [them] doing the dance". She confirmed the song they wrote is called Resurrection and it's in the middle of the film;

Vin1.jpg It's built off the sound of their body. We call it like a body beat. The recording of that is still in there, and it's sort of the core of the piece, which I think is really cool. It's fun to watch the dance at home, and as their feet are hitting the ground, I'm like, 'Put a bass drum there.' It's a fun way to build a song [and] definitely very unusual. Vin2.jpg

The song was performed live with Amy Lee, Dave Eggar, Chuck Palmer and Hammerstep on the PBS show, Bluegrass Underground, on March 8, 2014.[2]

Hammerstep uploaded the short film to YouTube on September 14, 2015.[3]


Studio Versions


  • Recording Date: 2013
  • Status: Unreleased
  • Length: approximately 1:25

Live Versions

Resurrection [Live]

  • Status: Unreleased
  • Performing dates: March 8, 2014
  • Performed at: Bluegrass Underground, McMinnville, TN, USA