Taylor Swift shows how she brought her vision to life in January’s “Lavender Haze” music video. On Friday (March 3), the pop star shared behind-the-scenes footage of her day-long shoot with Ashley, model Rice, who played her love interest in the project, and a group of extras. .
The first clip shows Swift tearing down the walls of a set decorated to look like her living room, performing one of the video’s final scenes. (In the finished product, the walls of the room collapse to reveal a starry sky with giant magical carp swimming around.) She then quickly transitions from actress to director, lovingly raising her arms and yelling “Cut!” increase.
In the new video, the “Anti-Hero” singer mentors the lead man, explaining to Ashley what kinds of scenes to shoot together and how to add special effects for more intimate moments in post-editing. I never thought she would share anything with me,” he told the cameras at one point.
“I was like, ‘Here I am… I’m just kind of a model,'” he continued. , I’m really happy to be part of it. She was so warm and down to earth.”
Following “Anti-Hero” and “Bejeweled,” “Lavender Haze” was the third music video released as a track from Swift’s smash hit tenth studio album. midnight, fell in October. “This was the first video I wrote of her three videos that were released. It really helped me conceptualize the midnight world and the mood,” the singer said of the finished video. Following the release she wrote on Instagram. “Like a feverish dream in the sultry sleepless ’70s.”
However, behind-the-scenes content isn’t the only thing Swift woke up to on Friday morning. The “All Too Well” musician also shared several remixes of “Lavender Haze” from Tensnake, Snakehips and Jungle.
Watch the behind-the-scenes video for “Lavender Haze” and hear the remix below.