Cheryl Cole's Under The Sun' Music Video Pays Homage To Sixties Housewives

20 July 2012, 09:58 | Updated: 20 July 2012, 10:23

The 'Call My Name' star sports a sixties style beehive in new promo pictures from her next video.

Cheryl Cole is seen sporting a vintage housewife look in the sixties inspired music video for her new single 'Under The Sun'.

The new promo, which was directed by Anthony Mandler and filmed at the start of this month in the UK, sees Cheryl sporting a beehive style hairdo paired with a pastel red knee length skirt and a pale yellow bolero top.

Today's newly unveiled promo pictures have been released ahead of the video's full premiere next week, and feature Cheryl dancing in a retro style suburban street alongside several topless male dancers, as well as reclining on a vintage motor vehicle while performing the song.

Check out a picture of Cheryl Cole on the set of her 'Under The Sun' music video below (Credit: Cary Hammond):

Earlier today Cheryl released the single artwork for 'Under The Sun', her second single to be lifted from new album 'A Million Lights' after her Vodafone Big Top 40 number one 'Call My Name'.

The 'Parachute' singer is also preparing for the release of her first official autobiography, which will tell Cheryl's story "in her own words", and is due to be published by HarperCollins in October.

Cheryl will officially premiere the video for her new single 'Under The Sun' on 26th July, before officially releasing the single on 10th September.