Mitternacht cover
{{{Type}}} by LaFee
Released 24 November 2006
Genre Alternative rock
Label EMI
Producer Bob Arnz
LaFee chronology
"Was Ist Das"
"Heul doch"

"Mitternacht" (Template:Lang-en) is the fourth and last single from German singer LaFee's self-titled album LaFee. It was released in Germany on 24 November 2006. An English version of the song, entitled "Midnight Strikes", later appeared on LaFee's third studio album Shut Up.

Music videoEdit

The music video premiered on 18 November 2006 on the German music show VIVA Live.[1]

It was directed by Bastien Francois and was shot in Berlin, Germany.[2] The video stays close to the song's theme of child abuse as it depicts LaFee as an angel who was sent to free a young girl, who is a victim of child abuse, from her abuser. It also features the members of LaFee's band who are depicted as clowns.[1]

The video was nominated for "Best National Video" at the ECHO music awards in 2007.[2]

Track listingEdit

CD Maxi Single
  1. ""Mitternacht" (Video version) - 4:09
  2. "Alles ist neu" - 3:47
  3. "Du liebst mich nicht" - 4:41
  4. "Wo bist du (Mama)" (Live version) - 5:37
Enhanced CD Maxi Single
  1. "Mitternacht" (Album version) - 4:46
  2. "Mitternacht" (Piano version) - 3:54
  3. "Prinzesschen" (Live version) - 4:25
  4. "Virus" (Live video) - 4:36
  5. Backstage Material (Making of Secret Gig Kurzversion) - 3:59


Chart (2006) Peak
position [3]
Austrian Singles Chart 27
German Singles Chart 23


  1. 1.0 1.1 Werkmeister, Meike, "LaFee Grusel-Video", pg 16/17.,Bravo DE, Issue #42, 2006
  2. 2.0 2.1 Bastien Francois / Direction / Art Direction. Retrieved on February 6, 2009.
  3. "Mitternacht" Chart Positions and Trajectories. Retrieved on September 3, 2008.


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