Carrie Underwood has shared the music video for her new single, “Ghost Story,” filmed in Downtown Los Angeles at the famed 1931 Los Angeles Theatre, and directed by Carrie’s longtime collaborator, Randee St Nicholas. St. Nicholas has shot numerous videos with Underwood throughout her career, including “Cry Pretty,” “Drinking Alone,” “Blown Away,” “Smoke Break,” and 2020’s “Hallelujah” with John Legend.
The video, which pays homage to Moulin Rouge, has Carrie haunting an ex-boyfriend, telling the story where one person has moved on and is living her life while the other is haunted by her memory. The video even features several nods to Underwood’s “Two Black Cadillacs,” “Smoke Break,” “Cry Pretty,” “Blown Away,” “Just A Dream,” “Cowboy Casanova,” and more.
“Ghost Story” was released in mid-March and serves as the lead single off Underwood’s forthcoming album, Denim & Rhinestones, set to drop on June 10. In addition to ‘Ghost Story,’ Denim & Rhinestones features 12-tracks, including the title track and the single, “Crazy Angels.”
Check out the video for “Ghost Story” – here.
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