''Wir sind Helden'' (German for "We are heroes") is a German AlternativeRock band. They're largely responsible for bringing rock sung in German back into the mainstream of Germany. In doing so, they created a new style generally dubbed ''Neue Neue Deutsche Welle'' (the "New New German Wave", after the movement of the 80s).
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* '''Judith Holofernes''', lead singer and guitar
* '''Pola Roy''', drums
* '''Mark Tavassol''', bass and guitar
* '''Jean-Michel Tourette''', guitar and keyboard
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* '''''Die Reklamation''''' (2003)
* '''''Von hier an blind''''' (2005)
* '''''Soundso''''' (2007)
* '''''Bring mich nach Hause''''' (2010)
As the band sings almost only in German, they aren't very well known outside the German-speaking regions of Europe. In addition to that, their lyrics are usually a HurricaneOfPuns, and thus a lot would get LostInTranslation.
!! ''Wir sind Helden'' provides examples of:
* AlbumTitleDrop: For their first album, on the track ''Guten Tag''. The other albums have a song of the same name on them.
* AntiLoveSong: "Geht Auseinander" ('Break Up'), a song urging two people to break up already.
* CreatorCouple: Judith Holofernes and Pola Roy are married and have two children.
* GriefSong: "Meine Freundin war im Koma und alles was sie mir mitgebracht hat war dieses lausige T-Shirt" ('My friend was in a coma and all she got me was this lousy t-shirt').
* LongTitle: "Meine Freundin war im Koma und alles was sie mir mitgebracht hat war dieses lausige T-Shirt" ('My friend was in a coma and all she got me was this lousy t-shirt'), again, as well as "Ich will mein Leben lang üben, dich so zu lieben, wie ich dich lieben will, wenn du gehst" ('I want to train loving you like I want to love you when you go for all my life').
* LoveDodecahedron: In "Die Ballade von Wolfgang und Brigitte"
* MisaimedFandom: "Müssen nur wollen" was intended as a parody of inspirational self-help media. Quite a lot of fans took it as an inspirational self-help song.
* MotorMouth: Judith certainly can sing very fast.
* OneWomanSong: "Aurélie", about a French woman in Germany having trouble hooking up.
* SpokenWordInMusic: "Denkmal" opens with a text-to-speech program reading a short message via phone.
* StageNames: Mark Tavassol is the only one not using one.
* TranslatedCoverVersion: +44's "When Your Heart Stops Beating". They covered "Guten Tag" in return.