Mein Herz brennt video – explicit version

Two separate videos were composed for Mein Herz brennt, one for the original version and another for the piano cover. The music video for the piano version of the song premiered on 7 December 2012 via Vimeo. It was filmed in the main bathroom of Beelitz-Heilstätten, and was directed by Zoran Bihac. This is Bihac’s fourth collaboration with the band, previously directing the videos for “Links 2-3-4”, “Mein Teil” and “Rosenrot”. Bihac describes the relationhip between the two videos as ‘yin and yang’, with the piano version being the latter.

The video features singer Till Lindemann wearing a black dress and fishnets, while also sporting black and white face paint. The entire bathroom is light red, and in the centre is a ‘T’ shaped pool emitting light. The video consists of close-ups on Lindemann singing from behind the pool, until the second verse begins, where he begins to walk to the pool’s foot. As the song closes, Lindemann walks into it and its light fades. The music video for the piano version of the song is the first to feature only Lindemann since Mutter.

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If you want to know more about the featured model Melanie Gaydos appearing in this video, please visit this page including an interview with her!

7 COMMENTS

  1. Scene 3: If you understand everything Art loses its allure.

    The mask worn is a reference (I think) to the masks worn by the “doctors” during the Black Death which ravaged Europe in the 14th century.

  2. It bugs the shit out of me that when they first show Till’s face its out of sync. It might be on purpose but I can’t stand it.

  3. Well as far as I have worked out its about childrens nightmare and then they grow up and escape from the nightmares, not sure what everything means tho, very confusing song xD

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