Carrie Underwood takes fans inside the filming process for cinematic “Ghost Story” music video


If you’ve ever wondered what goes in to making a music video for a big country single, you’re in luck: Carrie Underwood is giving fans the inside scoop on filming the video for her new single, “Ghost Story.”

The behind-the-scenes clip introduces fans to the ornate, historic Los Angeles theater where it was filmed, with the singer describing how it’s the perfect setting to capture all the drama of the song.

“The vibe of the ‘Ghost Story’ video is just very cinematic, and the stage is just absolutely incredible. The backdrop, it’s like you’re in a dream,” Carrie says. “It’s just very beautiful, and a lot of stuff that we’re doing is being shot at super high speed and then we’ll slow it down, so it’ll be all wispy-looking and dreamlike.”

Carrie introduces fans to her video director and shares a glimpse into how some of the shots were created, such as one scene where she’s walking up a staircase wearing a flowing, textured red cape.

“My favorite part of filming the ‘Ghost Story’ video was probably just getting to try new things,” she continues. “I want things to look different, to feel different, to be different than anything I’ve ever done before.”

“Ghost Story” is the lead single off Carrie’s latest album, Denim & Rhinestones. This fall, she’ll take her new batch of music out on the road for the Denim & Rhinestones Tour.

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