This week, a video for a new Winehouse song went viral giving fans a dose of Winehouse after death.
The video features new Winehouse song, “Our Day Will Come.” According to Huffington Post, the singer covered the 60s doo-wop song back in 2002 but it stayed hidden until this month.
The song comes off of her first posthumous Dec. 6 album called “Lioness: Hidden Treasures” and the video comes as a montage of photos and video clips of Amy’s past performances.
Back in July, the singer was found dead in her London home. She was 27-years-old.
An initial autopsy came back inconclusive and no drugs were found in her system at the time of death but it was later determined that her death was caused by alcohol poisoning.
Reportedly, British coroner Suzanne Greenway revealed that the late singer suffered a “death by misadventure” and said her death was an “unintended consequence” of accidental alcohol poisoning.
The singer suffered from problems with drugs and alcohol for many years and was in rehab only a few months before she died. Shortly after arriving at the rehab facility, she left to reportedly continue touring.
That July, two ambulance crews were called to her house, but the singer died before they arrived, according to Associated Press.
“On arrival, officers found the body of a 27-year-old female who was pronounced dead at the scene,” reads a police statement, according to Sky News.