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Music Videos Filmed in Dorset

09 August 2018

Music videos filmed in Dorset

Dorset's stunning locations have featured in several high profile music videos over the years. And why not? The county is blessed with some striking landscapes and coastal scenery.

Below you'll find a selection of music videos featuring Dorset, some showcase the county's sights more prominently than others, but do you know of any more? Let us know in the comments and we'll keep this page updated!

Shout

Tears for Fears

See how Durdle Door looked in the eighties... much like today but with a few fashion tweaks!

Yellow

Coldplay

Filmed at Studland Bay, this is one continuous shot with no cuts.

In a Big Country

Big Country

It's a big country but the band chose the best part of it for filming. This 1983 hit features Corfe Castle, Swanage and Old Harry Rocks

Loverboy

Billy Ocean

Durdle Door as you've never seen it before!

Saviour's Day

Cliff Richard

Cliff on a cliff! At Christmas! And if that doesn't float your boat then there's some more Durdle Door scenery to enjoy.

Hoodwinker

Enter Shikari

This isn't just filmed in any old sea, this is filmed in Dorset sea.

 

Let us know your favourite music videos featuring Dorset in the comments below!

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