At the time, the success of Bring Me To Life was something Amy initially struggled with. Speaking to Music Week in 2020, the singer admitted that it “was a lost battle in a lot of ways” having Paul McCoy as a guest vocalist on their debut single, as it was “confusing” and didn't show the full picture of who the band were. "I’m cool with it now, but it was one of our big early struggles – that big rap thing," she said.
And, actually, Amy wanted Going Under to be released as the first single, before Bring Me To Life.
“But when it happened it did great, it was a wonderful thing and there was a lot to be excited about, but in the back of my mind I was a little bit scared,” she explained. “I’m very grateful things went the way they did because we released Going Under and that did well too, and [third single] My Immortal did well.”
Amy continued that these days she feels as though “we put enough ground beneath us beyond Bring Me To Life to really show a clear picture to the mainstream people of what we are still. I believe in my work and we do have so many beautiful and wonderful people of all ages from all countries over the world that have loved our music and been touched by it.”