Published: 09:11, 20 June 2019
| Updated: 11:10, 20 June 2019
A music video by pop group New Hope Club and featuring Romney Marsh landscapes has been viewed more than 1 million times.
Filming for single Love Again's video took place across the Marsh, including at Dymchurch Amusement Park.
In the video, the band are seen breaking into the fun park before riding the dodgems, merry-go-round and swings.
Parts of the video were also shot on the Dungeness Estate, with shots of the shingled beach and abandoned boats used as backdrops.
Owen Leyshon, who manages the estate, say the band got a permit to film on the land back in April, and he supervised the shoot.
In addition, some of the sandy beach shots are understood to have been filmed at Camber Sands.
The music video has now been viewed on Youtube 1,741,302 times.
New Hope Club was formed by George Smith and Blake Richardson in October 2015.
A month later they were joined by Reece Bibby, formerly of Stereo Kicks, which finished fifth on the 11th season of X Factor.
The Brit pop group have released two EPs, Welcome to the Club in 2017 and Welcome to the Club Pt.2 in 2018.
Two of their songs, Good day and Tiger feet, featured on the soundtrack for Early Man, a 2018 British stop-motion animated comedy film directed by Nick Park, the creator of Wallace and Gromit.
They are currently on a world tour, putting on shows in Thailand, Denmark and Germany.
And viewers of Love Again's music video have been delighted to spot some of the local scenes.
Twitter user Kate said: "I remember going to Dymchurch Amusement Park with my sister when I was really young and I can always picture and remember it but never knew where it was so thanks @NewHopeClub for reminding me of that place."
A commenter on Facebook said: "Good track, and I like the backdrop."
Another said: "Camber and Dungeness too."
Kent is often used as the location for filming projects.
Actresses Kate Winslet and Saoirse Ronan were spotted filming new film Ammonite in Charing village in April.
BBC Three drama Back to Life - which is available to watch on iPlayer - was filmed in Folkestone, Hythe and Lydd, with views of Abbot’s Cliff and its iconic sound mirror repeatedly shown in the series.
To view the Love Again music video, click here.