In the clip, the singer/actress imagines she's enjoying a day with a hunky male on the beach while she's actually causing troubles for her friends in the real world.
Hilary Duff has debuted the official music video for her comeback single, "Chasing the Sun". Hitting Vevo just hours after the song leaked on Monday, July 28, the clip features the singer as an office girl who wishes she can enjoy a summer day on the beach instead of working.
Duff imagines she's frolicking on a sunny beach, flaunting her figure in a bikini and having fun with a hunky man while in the real world, she's causing chaos and annoying her co-workers. At the end of the clip, she gets fired and her friends celebrate as they send her off.
" 'Chasing the Sun' is a light and fun summer song that I hope helps people to feel a little more carefree," Duff has said of the new single, which was co-written by singer/songwriter Colbie Caillat.
The track, available on iTunes now, comes as the first single off Duff's upcoming album that's scheduled for release later this year via RCA. "I've worked very hard and the album is a great representation of the experiences I've had in my life and where I want to go from here!" the 26-year-old performer recently said of the follow-up to 2007's "Dignity".
"I took a break from music for quite awhile, but it gave me the power to choose my next steps carefully and I'm really proud of the album I've made," she added.
Hilary Duff's "Chasing the Sun" music video