Tears and Jeers: Listen to Cheryl Cole’s New Single, “The Flood”

This is literally the most hilarious promo picture of 2010. Just saying.

Take cover or invest in a trendy parasol, because those Chezza tears just keep raining down!

Here we have “The Flood,” the second single off of Cheryl Cole‘s impending train wreck of a sophomore album, Messy Little Raindrops.

Starting out with a wandering guitar strum not unlike Green Day‘s “Time Of Your Life,” the soggy mega-ballad quickly morphs into a signature Ryan Tedder-esque (Is this Tedder? Have we confirmed it yet? If not, I call blatant rip-off) slow-skipper in which Cole thinly croons a dozen metaphors involving water, tears, and “bringing on the floods.”

You know, I don’t actually mind this one. In fact I can confirm that the song has been stuck in my head after only one play! That doesn’t necessarily mean it’s a good song (nor bad), but merely that it has a sticky consistency. Plus, she sounds pretty decent in that shouty chorus.

I just wish I could make that sad girl smile again.

Messy Little Raindrops will be released on November 1. “Promise This” will be released on October 24. (iTunes UK)

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