The 2004 footage of Winehouse singing “In My Bed” marks the 20th anniversary of the singer’s debut album Frank.
In honor of the 20th anniversary of Amy Winehouse‘s debut album Frank, unseen video footage from the artist’s 2004 video shoot for the song “In My Bed” was released Tuesday.
The nearly four-minute lyric video was created in conjunction with the picture disc vinyl edition release of Frank, which features singles “Take the Box,” “Stronger than Me,” “F*** Me Pumps,” and “In My Bed.”
Stripped of her signature cat eye and beehive hairdo in the clip, Winehouse struts through a hotel, keeping her eye on the camera before and during clapperboard takes. She wanders through the lobby, perches on the check-in counter, and walks up a stairwell carrying a guitar case. The “Valerie” singer then shifts to an abandoned stage and takes the mic as a band assembles behind her.
The clip ends with Winehouse walking through the hotel halls and finding her way into a room where she grooves beneath the sheets, singing sweetly, “Yours is a familiar face/ But that don’t make your place safe/ In my bed, my bed, my bed.”
The original music video, released in April 2004, was directed by Paul Gore.
Winehouse, who died at age 27 in 2011, will be portrayed by Marisa Abela (Industry) in the upcoming biopic Back to Black. Directed by Sam Taylor-Johnson, the film is expected to premiere in April. It will delve into Winehouse’s career, husband Blake Fielder-Civil, and the paparazzi that engulfed her daily life.