Cheryl Cole has turned to the sixties for influence in her new 'Under The Sun' video, with new shots revealing a retro themed video, in which she hangs out on street corners and larks around with topless men.
Taken from the hit album 'A Million Lights', 'Under The Sun' is the follow up to the number one single 'Call My Name'.
Switching up into a more retro style than usual, Cheryl is seen with her hair tied up and lounging on vintage sports cars.
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The video for the single will premiere on VEVO on 26th July.
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