Amazon Music Original longform video for Amy Lee’s award-winning family album, Dream Too Much, is available to stream exclusively in HD and SD on Amazon Video starting today. Featuring all 12 of the songs from Dream Too Much, this 27-minute, stop-motion animation music video is perfect for family viewing during the holidays at amazon.com/DreamTooMuchVideo.
Since the album’s release on September 30, Amy’s collection of transcendent family-friendly songs has received a Family Choice Award and a National Parenting Publication Award (NAPPA). For a fun behind-the-scenes look at how Amy worked with the artists at TakeProduction to create a kaleidoscopic world out of paper cut crafts and stop-motion animation, take a look at this feature on Craftfoxes.
The Amazon Music Original album, Dream Too Much, is currently available for digital download or physical purchase on Amazon Music, and streaming on Amazon Music Unlimited and Prime Music at https://www.amazon.com/DreamTooMuch.
Amazon Music Unlimited is available on all Amazon Music compatible devices including Amazon Echo, Fire devices, iPads, iPhones, Android devices, Sonos players and more. Customers who sign up for Amazon Music Unlimited can begin their free 30 day trial today. To find out how to listen, visit www.amazon.com/howtolisten.
Amy Lee is known as a GRAMMY award winning artist and the co-founder of Evanescence, loved for her mega-hits like "Everybody's Fool" and "Bring Me to Life." A classically trained musician with a lovely bold voice, Lee connects directly with her legions of fans around the world through her social networks. Evanescence videos have more than 1.5 billion views on YouTube, and Lee continues to write music for film and TV.
Dream Too Much is a collection of 12 songs which encourage children and families to sing along together. Inspired by Lee’s son, Jack, and her own musical upbringing, the album features guest appearances by several family members, including backing vocals by her siblings, and instrumentals by both her father and uncle. The title track "Dream Too Much," includes bits from Jack's own dreams and imagination.