A lonely Cheryl is struggling to adjust her life without the man she loves in this Sophie Muller-directed music video.
Cheryl Cole shows her vulnerable side in a music video for her latest single "The Flood". The Girls Aloud singer is lonely throughout the scenes, sleeping restlessly on the bed and singing in a remote beach house while overlooking the stormy ocean.
The music video was filmed against the dramatic backdrop of white cliffs on England's south coast. It was shot by Sophie Muller, the same director who worked on her music video for "Promise This", a single which came out before "The Flood".
Both songs are taken from Cheryl Cole's second studio album "Messy Little Raindrops" which has been in stores since earlier this month. From running the club with up-tempo dance-pop single "Promise Me", she slows it down in moody track "The Flood".
Cheryl Cole's "The Flood" music video