Amy Winehouse’s Legacy Continues: Pre-Order ‘Back to Black: Songs from the Original Motion Picture’ Album Now

UMR/Island Records is unveiling ‘Back to Black: Songs from the Original Motion Picture,’ a compilation album inspired by Sam Taylor-Johnson’s highly anticipated film BACK TO BLACK, depicting the life of the iconic Amy Winehouse. Set to launch on May 17, 2024, this compilation features a twelve-song set showcasing Amy’s original recordings from her debut album “Frank” and the critically acclaimed “Back To Black,” including a poignant new track, ‘Song for Amy,’ performed by Nick Cave. The film’s soulful score, composed by Nick Cave and Warren Ellis, seamlessly complements Amy’s narrative.

Featuring additional tracks from artists who inspired Amy, such as The Shangri-Las, Billie Holiday, Minnie Riperton, Dinah Washington, and Sarah Vaughan, this compilation celebrates Amy Winehouse’s enduring influence on music. With over 30 million records sold worldwide and 80 million monthly streams, Amy’s legacy continues to resonate with audiences globally.

Directed by acclaimed filmmaker Sam Taylor-Johnson, BACK TO BLACK captures Amy’s unparalleled genius and authenticity, with breakout star Marisa Abela portraying the music icon alongside a stellar cast. Charting Amy’s meteoric rise to fame and her personal struggles, the film offers an intimate glimpse into her extraordinary life.

Available in various formats including 140g black vinyl, limited edition peach-colored vinyl (D2C exclusive), double vinyl, single CD, and double CD, each physical copy of the album includes a personal note from director Sam Taylor-Johnson and stunning behind-the-scenes photographs from the film set. Digital versions of the album, both standard and deluxe, will coincide with the Australian cinema release of BACK TO BLACK on April 11, 2024.

Amy Winehouse’s legacy as a once-in-a-generation talent is immortalized in “Back to Black: Songs from the Original Motion Picture,” inviting audiences to rediscover her timeless music and unparalleled artistry.

Link: Pre-Order ‘Back to Black: Songs from the Original Motion Picture’


  • Includes new track ‘Song For Amy’ sung by Nick Cave
  • BACK TO BLACK film to debut in Australian cinemas on April 11, 2024
  • Digital versions of the album to coincide with the film’s release date

“Back to Black” Unveils Captivating Full Trailer: Marisa Abela Steps into Amy Winehouse’s Shoes

Photo supplied by Studio Canal

The much-anticipated biopic, “Back to Black,” which delves into the extraordinary life of the iconic singer Amy Winehouse, has just released its gripping full trailer. The spotlight is on Marisa Abela, who brilliantly portrays the late Amy Winehouse, giving audiences a glimpse into the artist’s tumultuous journey and enduring legacy.

Amy Winehouse, a globally acclaimed singer, left an indelible mark on the music industry before her tragic demise at the age of 27 in 2011. “Back to Black” pays homage to the soulful artist, capturing the essence of her life on the vibrant streets of Camden while navigating the challenges of global fame.

The official synopsis for the film describes “Back to Black” as a celebration of the most iconic and sorely missed homegrown star of the 21st century. The biopic presents a vivid and poignant portrayal of Amy Winehouse, acknowledging her artistry, wit, and honesty, while also delving into the demons she faced.

“Back to Black” explores the intricacies of the modern celebrity machine, offering an unflinching look at the highs and lows of global stardom. It serves as a powerful tribute to a once-in-a-generation talent whose music continues to resonate with audiences worldwide.

Marisa Abela’s portrayal of Amy Winehouse adds depth and authenticity to the film, capturing the spirit of the legendary singer. The full trailer promises an emotional and compelling cinematic experience, inviting fans and newcomers alike to join in the celebration of Amy’s life and talent.

“Back to Black” is set to be a must-watch biopic, providing an intimate look at the highs and lows of Amy Winehouse’s remarkable journey. The film is poised to be a touching tribute to an artist whose legacy endures through her timeless music.

The Official Trailer for New Amy Winehouse Biopic, ‘Back To Black’ Has Just Dropped

STUDIOCANAL and Monumental Pictures reveal the international teaser trailer and poster for the highly anticipated film “BACK TO BLACK,” directed by acclaimed filmmaker and visual artist Sam Taylor-Johnson. The movie is set to grace Australian cinemas on April 18, 2024.

Exploring Amy Winehouse’s vibrant years in London and her tumultuous path to stardom, Taylor-Johnson helms the talented Marisa Abela (Industry), who steps into the shoes of the iconic music figure Amy Winehouse.

Alongside Marisa Abela, the cast includes the BAFTA-winning Jack O’Connell as Blake Fielder-Civil, Eddie Marsan as Mitch Winehouse, Juliet Cowan as Janis Winehouse, and the Golden Globe and Oscar-nominated Lesley Manville portraying Amy’s grandmother, Cynthia.

Backed by a lineup of Amy’s chart-topping songs performed by Marisa Abela, the film “BACK TO BLACK” receives full support from Universal Music Group and SONY Music Publishing.

Director Sam Taylor-Johnson expresses, “Discovering a talent like Marisa Abela is akin to finding gold dust. The moment she looked into the lens at her first audition, I knew she was the perfect actor to play Amy Winehouse. She put in an enormous amount of work, paying attention to every detail, and trained daily for hours to be able to sing throughout the entire movie. She doesn’t impersonate Amy, she inhabits her.”

Crafted by Matt Greenhalgh (Nowhere Boy, Control), the screenplay for “BACK TO BLACK” has Giles Martin (Rocketman, The Beatles: Get Back) overseeing music production, and Nina Gold (1917, The Power of the Dog) leading the film’s casting.

Produced by Alison Owen (Saving Mr Banks, Me Before You, Elizabeth) and Debra Hayward (Les Miserables, Bridget Jones’s Baby) of Monumental Pictures, along with Nicky Kentish-Barnes (About Time, Everest, About A Boy), “BACK TO BLACK” is executive produced by Sam Taylor-Johnson, Ron Halpern, and SVP Global Production Joe Naftalin on behalf of STUDIOCANAL.