After a tough year, it seems Cheryl Cole has decided to show her more vulnerable side with a moody new video for her new single The Flood.

The Flood is the second single from her second solo album Messy Little Raindrops, which got to the No.1 spot this month despite dividing critics.
The lyrics suggest Cheryl’s love has drowned in a shipwreck and she is forever haunted by what she could have done to save him.

In one scene, a lonely Cheryl is seen tossing and turning in bed as she struggles to adjust to life without her love.

The video was filmed against the dramatic backdrop of white cliffs on England’s south coast.
The song isn’t due to be released until January 3 – giving Cheryl a few months break after Take That also released a single called The Flood last month.

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