You watch music videos from your favourite artists regularly, but have you ever wondered where they are shot? In a studio? On a set? On location? Here's a unique look at 7 new music videos from the last year, and the filming locations behind them.

7) Com Truise – "Ultrafiche of You"

Just last month, Seth Haley, a.k.a. Com Truise came out with his latest music video for Ultrafiche of You.

This video was directed by Gianlica Minucci and was produced by Mad Dogs Film, a duo of Italian writers and directors that operate between Italy and the USA, living between Rome, New York and LA.

According to the YouTube description, the video was inspired by "the evocative, haunting atmospheres of the track and by the cinema of Andrei Tarkovsky, Ingmar Bergman and Krzysztof Kieślowski" and is a "metaphysical journey through the seasons of life" – the fall and summer of which was shot at Giggster location Malibu Cove.

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Malibu Cove, starting at $500/hr

6) Ashton Travis – "Death Row"

Also released last month, "Death Row" is Ashton Travis' first single after signing with Def Jam in March. According to a The Fader article, in the video, Travis is pursued through amber-colored night streets by police as surreal visions flash. An elderly, glamorous woman, a gangland shooting, and a pencil-moustached gentleman in a strip club all appear in contrasting scenes.

In an email to The FADER, Travis said: "In the video, I had so many ideas on how I wanted to convey my message. There's so many ways to interpret the visuals." – for us, one of the ways to interpret it is that it is shot on a Giggster location, The Colony Warehouse.

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The Colony Warehouse, starting at $293/hr

5) Machine Gun Kelly – "I Think I'm OKAY"

On June 14, Machine Gun Kelly released his music video for "I Think I'm OKAY" on YouTube. Noah Cyrus, Halsey and FaZe Clan co-owner FaZe Banks made cameos in the video, directed by Andrew Sandler. In under 24 hours, the music video surpassed one million views. We think that's okay.

While that's okay, we think what's great is that the video was shot on a Giggster location, Abandoned Pool Hall.

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Abandoned Pool Hall & Motel, starting at $500/hr

4) Zara Larsson – "Don't Worry Bout Me"

This video was released on April 25, and was directed by Grant Spanier, starring Trent Culkin, and of course Zara Larsson. The song tells an interesting tale of a young woman who wants her ex-boyfriend to keep his focus on himself and not on her because she ain't none of his business.

MTV released a 'making of' for the video, that you can check out below.

This video was shot at a Giggster location – 1920's Era Hotel. It's absolutely gorgeous, but not for the budget conscious at $1140/hr with an 8hr minimum.

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1920's Era Hotel, starting at $1140/hr

3) Fitz and The Tantrums – "Don't Ever Let Em"

In April this year, Fitz and The Tantrums released their video for "Don't Ever Let Em" alongside the song itself. It follows the multi-platinum band's effervescent lead single "123456". The video has hit almost 75,000 views since its release.

The video shows Michael "Fitz" Fitzpatrick and Noelle Scaggs singing while stepping over and around sleeping bodies in the aftermath of a party, held at a beautiful Giggster property.

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Retro Sky House, starting at $285/hr

2) Foster The People – "Style"

Foster The People released their new music video for "Style" on April 8. The video follows Mark Foster as he anticipates the "sweetest release", or his own death. The song and the video want to mean that when he finally does "go out", or die, he wants to do that "in style".

This video takes place in an underground setting, but was actually filmed at The Colony Warehouse, just like the video for Ashton Travis' "Death Row".

Want to use the same location for your next production? You can book it on Giggster.

The Colony Warehouse, starting at $293/hr

1) W&W – "Rave Culture"

We wrote an article about this a few months back. W&W released their single late in 2018, with the same name as their record label. The video is a take on a futuristic, underground fighting ring, features dancing crowds, fight scenes and a fast paced chase scene. It's awesome, you should really see the video.

In the video, the dungeon emanates a cool, blue light from neon lighting lined along the ground. The paint chipped walls and grimy, cement walls were the perfect backdrop for the mysterious and dark tone of W&W’s video, shot at Giggster property Dungeons Below Downtown L.A.

Want to use the same location for your next production? You can book it on Giggster.

Dungeons Below Downtown L.A., starting at $625/hr

Of course, this list is far from exhaustive. There are hundreds of music videos shot in LA every month, and these ones caught our fancy (maybe because they were shot on Giggster).

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