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Johnny Depp Releases New Single Following Amber Heard Trial Win
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Johnny Depp Releases New Single Following Amber Heard Trial Win

Johnny Depp has released a new single titled 'The Death And Resurrection Show' after his defamation trial win.

Johnny Depp has returned to his music with the release of his new single, 'The Death And Resurrection Show'.

According to Far Out, Depp has been working alongside Jeff Beck on a new album which is due to be released on 15 July.

For now, fans of the actor will have to content themselves with a lone single from the upcoming album which will be a collaboration between Depp and Beck.

Depp appeared on stage with Beck shortly after his defamation trial with ex-wife Amber Heard came to an end.

Heard is seeking an appeal against the verdict, where she was awarded $2 million in damages against Depp but he was awarded $10 million in damages against her.

Citing 'inconsistent verdicts' as the reason, the appeal from Heard was 'what we expected' according to Depp's legal team.

Johnny Depp and Jeff Beck are releasing an album together next week.

Titled 18, the album will feature covers many songs including 'Caroline', 'No' by the Beach Boys, The Velvet Underground's 'Venus In Furs' and Marvin Gaye's 'Let It Be Me' among others.

There will be original songs on the album, with 'Sad Motherf****n’ Parade' and 'This Is A Song For Miss Heady Lamarr' billed as 'Johnny Depp originals' on the track list.

The album was announced on stage by Beck during a performance, with the musician promising a collaboration was on the way.

He said: "I met this guy five years ago and we've never stopped laughing since. We actually made an album. I don't know how it happened. It will be out in July."

The actor had previously joined Beck on stage following the end of his defamation trial with Amber Heard.

Depp is also looking to restart his acting career with his first movie role in three years by playing French King Louis XV in Jeanne du Barry.

The film will focus on the life of the titular character, who was the last mistress of the French monarch and was later put to death by guillotine during the French Revolution.

The 59-year-old was spotted in Paris last month ahead of shooting for the movie scheduled to take place on location at the Palace of Versailles.

A movie it seems as though Depp won't be returning to is a potential next entry in the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise, which the actor has helmed since 2003 with his character Captain Jack Sparrow.

Rumours over a multimillion dollar pay package from Disney designed to entice the star back to the franchise have been dismissed as 'made up' by a representative for the actor.

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Topics: Johnny Depp, Amber Heard, Celebrity, News, Music