Aylesbury singer Casey Leigh has released the music video to the title track of her latest album ‘Catch 22’ - which was shot in the town.
The video for the single of the same name, was shot at locations including The Works and Friars Square last month.
Casey, who moved to Aylesbury last year said: “Initially the director wanted us to do the full shoot in London to get some of the landmarks in.
“However, I insisted we did some of the shoot in Aylesbury because the people here have welcomed me so nicely that I thought they should be involved too.
“It took about three days to shoot and two weeks to edit.
“The video is all about showing the life of a performer and the changng lifestyle from going out with a friend and not being recognised to being the centre of attention.
“I particularly like the contrast between the dark and light scenes as I think that captures the mood of the video very well.”
Pupils from the Castielli School of Dance in Aylesbury were among those who starred in the video.
Casey’s album Catch 22 was launched at an event at the Ex-Services Club in Walton Street which was attended by more than 150 people.
The video, which was uploaded to YouTube last week has been viewed more than 32,000 times.