It's been four years since Amy Winehouse's untimely death, and while her memory lives on through her music, her life will be commemorated in a new documentary.

The first official teaser for Amy has been released -- check it out in the video above. Directed by Asif Kapadia (best known for Senna, a documentary about Formula 1 racer Aytron Senna), the doc will give fans an inside look into Winehouse's life, utilizing past interviews, live performances and that moment she won her first Grammy. The film will also share never-before-heard tracks that she recorded before her death.

"Singing was always important to me, but I never thought I'd end up being a singer," she says at the top of the clip. "I just thought I'm so lucky that it's something I can always do. I'm so lucky like that."

Winehouse died on July 23, 2011, from alcohol poisoning. Since stepping into the spotlight, her struggles with drug and alcohol addiction were never hidden from the public. Since her death, both her mother and father have written books about raising their late daughter and her rise -- and fall -- from fame.

Amy is set to hit theaters this summer with a U.K. release date of July 3 -- the U.S. date has yet to be announced.