Low Flo Rida
20 July 2012, 09:04
The 'Call My Name' singer is preparing to release her second cut from 'A Million Lights'.
Cheryl Cole has unveiled the single artwork for her next release 'Under The Sun'.
The song is set to be released as the second cut from her third studio album 'A Million Lights', which was launched last month after Cheryl's first single 'Call My Name' topped the Vodafone Big Top 40.
The 'Under The Sun' single artwork follows a similar theme to her album artwork and the 'Call My Name' cover by picturing Cheryl lying on the floor grasping a neon lit pole.
Cheryl shot the retro themed music video for 'Under The Sun' at the start of the month in the UK, and is expected to debut the video in full in the coming weeks.
The 'Parachute' singer is set to tell all in her first officially autobiography this autumn, which will tell Cheryl's "full story in her own words", and will be published through HarperCollins on 11th October.
The highly anticipated autobiography will reportedly only comment on Cheryl's marriage to footballer Ashley Cole briefly, instead focusing more on her time with girl band Girls Aloud and judging on The X Factor UK.
Check out Cheryl's 'Under The Sun' single artwork below:
The '3 Words' star celebrated turning 29 earlier this month with a trip to Las Vegas, Nevada, where she was joined by mentor will.i.am and some of her bandmates in Girls Aloud.
Cheryl is set to release her brand new single 'Under The Sun' on 2nd September.