3041 meters above sea level, the highest suspension bridge in Europe extends at Titlis. Every day, where many visitors cross the spectacular abyss, Bligg (42) filmed his music video for the single "Im Freiä Fall" – although the Zurich man is actually afraid of heights.
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"It was pretty scary," he admits in a 20-minute conversation. The trip over the 100 meter long Titlis Cliff Walk had cost him over the two days of shooting quite over.
The tourist passes by
Fear of heights was not the only problem with the music. "The conditions at Titlis were pretty tough. We started filming at four in the morning to make the bridge for us. There are too many tourists there during the day." It was similarly cold at Titlis – minus 15 degrees.
But the choice of the unusual setting was worth it eventually, says Bligg. "The ice cave and the snow are, of course, they need no special effects." He reduced the proof image to focus on the story behind the text.
Video clips are not a matter of course
Working with music videos is a lot of fun, Bligg explains. "Such projects give me the opportunity to be creative in another way." Among other things, he took the style in his own hands during the shooting for "im freiä Fall" clip.
Previously, a music video was not always taken for granted, the mouse rapper: "For many years, many musicians have omitted videos because there were only too few channels for MTV and VIVA." To "Rosalie" – released in 2008 and one of his greatest hits – there is no clip for this reason until today.
As Bligg has hit Titlis Cliff Walk, you can watch the top of the photo gallery – and here's the music video:
(Source: Youtube / Bligg)