Video Premiere: Girls Aloud's 'The Promise'

Video Premiere: Girls Aloud's 'The Promise'

Girls Aloud are seen making an appearance in an old-schooled way that makes them resemble to The Supremes.
As a promotional project to support their new single, "The Promise", Girls Aloud have released a music video for the song. Described as "a stormer of a track", the song is to follow-up their funky summer single "Can't Speak French" from their 2007 effort "Tangled Up" and is reportedly set to appear in the girls' not-yet-titled new album.

The music video shows the girls in a '60s drive-in movie theater, watching themselves perform the tune in shimmering sequined dresses, imitating girl groups such as The Supremes. Meanwhile, at the drive-in, the girls are hit on by men. Sarah Harding then gets out of the car and walks in front of the screen to sing a few verses from the song. The other girls laugh and Kimberley Walsh honks her horn at Sarah.

Girls Aloud's "The Promise" music video:

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