Mylène Farmer Insondables from her album Interstellaires

Insondables is the second promo single of Mylène Farmer‘s upcoming album Interstellaires, it was released on October 28th, 2015, exactly two months after Stolen Car. This new song is produced by Martin Kierszenbaum (Cherry Cherry Boom Boom), and the music video is directed by graphic artists Eve Ramboz and Annie Dautane, from the Paris-based creative studio La Maison/Calm. They previously worked with Mylène on Timeless 2013, for the visuals of Inséparables, Slipping Away (with Moby), Je t’aime mélancolie, Oui mais non, À l’ombre and Désenchantée.

Insondables is a (musically unexpected) song about the death of a loved one, about cloudless skies, shadows and unfathomable winds. It’s a sad song, Mylène still loves melancholy. The music video is a very creative artwork, with a lot of references and allusions to Mylène’s songs, tours, places, people, life and artistic inspirations (only true fans can understand every implied reference!).

The Insondables lyrics are at the bottom of this post.

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Enjoy this Mylène Farmer Insondables music video gallery on DVDBASH (64 screen captures):


Insondables lyrics (Mylène Farmer)
Plus rien n’enchante le monde
Insondables sont les flots
Et là contemple les ombres
Il lui dit à demi-mot

Qu’il aime et qu’il adore
Qu’il aime
Mais le chaos du corps a ses raisons, a ses remords

Et le ciel est sans nuage
Et les jours semblent longs
A perdu son point d’ancrage
Il rentre dans sa maison

Il aime et il adore
Il aime encore

Plus rien n’enchante le monde
Insondables sont les vents
Et là contemple les ombres
Un silence assourdissant

Il aime et il adore
Il aime
Mais le chaos du corps a ses raisons, a ses remords

Et le ciel est sans nuage
Et les jours semblent longs
Perdu le coeur d’une femme
Et la mort porte son nom

Il aime il adore
Il aime
Il saignera encore jusqu’à sa mort, sa mort, sa mort, sa mort

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