Until My Last Breath

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"Until My Last Breath"
Tarja Until My Last Breath.jpg
Single by Tarja
from the album What Lies Beneath
Released 30 August 2010
Format CD, vinyl, digital download
Genre Symphonic metal
Label Universal Music
Songwriter(s) Tarja Turunen, Johnny Andrews
Producer(s) Tarja Turunen, Mic
Tarja singles chronology
"I Feel Immortal"
(2010)
"Until My Last Breath"
(2010)
"Underneath"
(2011)
"I Feel Immortal"
(2010)
"Until My Last Breath"
(2010)
"Underneath"
(2011)
Music video
"Until My Last Breath" on YouTube

"Until My Last Breath" is the first Universal single for Tarja's album What Lies Beneath. The single was released on 30 August 2010.

The edition for Germany, Switzerland, and Austria comes with Tarja's new song, "The Crying Moon", which had been mentioned/discussed even before she finished the My Winter Storm tour.

The International release on iTunes, which has yet to become available, features an exclusive version of "Falling Awake". This has only so far been mentioned on Tarja's blog under samples.

Germany, Switzerland and Austria Edition[edit]

  1. "Until My Last Breath" (Single Version) - 3:48
  2. "Still of the Night" - 6:33
  3. "The Crying Moon" - 3:54

International Edition[edit]

  1. "Until My Last Breath" (Single Version) - 3:48
  2. "If You Believe" (Piano Version) - 4:13
  3. "Falling Awake" (feat. Julian Barrett) - iTunes exclusive - 5:03

Music video[edit]

There are 2 music videos for this song. The first official music video was shot in Iceland and features Tarja and some scenes of a drower going to the bottom of the sea. While he sees a siren, he comes back to the surface. As such, it is filmed on the same beach and cliffs as the I Feel Immortal music video, and also features Tarja wearing the same black and white outfits. Even though it was filmed after I Feel Immortal, the "Until My Last Breath" music video was released earlier. The second music video of the song is a reference to Michael Jackson's death and the marketing and publishing on it. It starts with Tarja playing in a pub, with only a few people watching, showing how her career has fallen down. Then it is shown on TV that Tarja was found dead. After this, her album starts to be a success and she turns into a popstar again. It shows how a death can be good to a career, in the last of the ways.

Chart performance[edit]

Chart Peak position
MTV Brazilian Video Charts 1 (9x)[1]
Czech Republic Radio Modern Rock 6 [2]
End of Year MTV Brazilian Video Charts 7 [3]

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