Eagle Vision will be releasing Amy Winehouse – Back to Black, a doc that follows the singer as she embarks on recording her final studio album, which sparked a meteoric rise to fame and ultimately damaging celebrity.
“I brought out an album that I’m really proud of about a bad situation that I got through that’s pretty much where it begins and ends for me,” she says in the trailer. Even though it has been 12 years, there is still a morbid fascination with her emotionally fraught music and the tragedy that fuelled the creation of this album in particular. And by that I mean Blake Fielder Civil and drugs are sure to to mentioned.
However, like its predecessor, the film will include previously unseen archive footage and interviews with musicians who contributed to the album like Mark Ronson, Salaam Remi, and more, who will unpick its artistry and her unrivalled talent.
A recently unearthed private performance from West London in February 2008 will be included as a bonus feature. “An Intimate Evening in London,” shows footage from the Riverside Studios in West London where Amy performed highlights from Back To Black and a handful of covers.
Amy Winehouse – Back to Black will be out on DVD November 2. Watch the trailer below.