Evanescence Join Spotify Billions Club With ‘Bring Me To Life’

Evanescence have reached more than a billion streams on Spotify for their classic ‘Bring Me To Life’.


The achievement puts them in a prestigious group of the Spotify Billions Club. 

Last year, Amy Lee and co. were celebrating the 20th anniversary of ‘Fallen’ – their seminal debut studio album on which ‘Bring Me To Life’ is from – and celebrated with a deluxe edition.

And now they can add another accolade to the album’s achievements, with the record’s most popular track now achieving more than a billion Spotify streams. 

(That will no doubt sit nicely alongside the ​​Rock Sound Hall of Fame award we gave Evanescence at the end of last year).

Sharing the news on their socials, Evanescence wrote:

“We cannot thank you enough for joining us on our journey. Incredibly grateful that Bring Me To Life has reached over 1 billion streams on Spotify.”

Evanescence are now part of a Spotify playlist which recently added Blink-182, after their hit ‘All The Small Things’ surpassed one billion streams last week

Other recently-added additions include Metallica’s ‘Enter Sandman’, Guns N’ Roses’ ‘Paradise City’ (the band’s third track to surpass one billion streams) and AC/DC’s ‘You Shook Me All Night Long’ (their fourth).

Have a watch of our interview with Amy, where among many things she discusses recording the demo for ‘Bring Me To Life’.

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