Beyonce debuts new track Standing On The Sun in raunchy ad

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  • Updated: Apr 26, 2013 16:38 IST
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    U.S. singer Beyonce with her husband and rapper Jay-Z was spotted in Old Havana celebrating their fifth wedding anniversary. Take a tour. (AP Photo)

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    U.S. singer Beyonce poses for photos with school children as she tours Old Havana, Cuba, Thursday, April 4, 2013. Beyonce is in Havana with her ...

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    Capturing moments: Beyonce holds her camera as she tours Old Havana, Cuba. (AP Photo)

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    Picture Perfect: Beyonce with her husband Jay-z, holding hand and enjoying her fifth wedding anniversary. (AP Photo)

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Beyonce has unveiled her single Standing on the Sun in a new TV commercial for her H and M summer campaign.

In the commercial, the 31-year-old musician, who teamed up with H and M to launch their new summer collection, is seen writhing around the beach.

The new track is rumoured to be included on her forthcoming fifth album.

The steamy video starts with the former Destiny's Child member dancing in a range of sexy-two-pieces, while crooning I can't deny your desire, feel like I'm on fire.

"When you touch me, I feel the flame they can never feel," the Sun quoted her as singing.

Halfway through the clip, Beyonce - now with jet black hair - heads towards the sea, drenching her flimsy dress in the water, and flicking her hair over her back.

In the clip, as night falls she is relocated with her group of female dancers to a campfire on the beach.

Wearing a tribal headdress, she models a black beach dress, as dancers strut around the fire in flame coloured bikinis.

 

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