In the video, Sharon den Adel enters an old room and places an amulet on the surface of a ground sculpture. The sculpture opens itself turning into an altar and uncovering a book that contains a natural disaster prophecy. In that book she also discovers a mechanism that unfolds a form of survival through the liberation of a secret Ark-like boat. As the rain begins to fall and gets stronger, a major flood starts to occur. As den Adel notices it trough the window, she manages to get to the building rooftop and start the process of liberating the ark. The water finally reaches the top of the building, however, Sharon and her bandmates survive by escaping on the ark accessed by Sharon.
Although the video looks like it was shot entirely with a green-screen, the scenes are real. The only things digitally added are the surrounding buildings and city. This was shown in the making-of video.
The video was shot in the Netherlands and was released 2 weeks before the single release. Also the video was Superclip at the Dutch music station TMF, which means it would be played every hour a week long.
The song was successful in the Netherlands reaching the #4 spot but was also the most successful song after Ice Queen in Europe. It went top ten in also Belgium and Finland and became a #13 hit in Germany. Although there was no sign of the song in the official Spanish chart, it topped the Spanish Airplay Chart and Los 40 Principales.