Beyonce's 'Standing On The Sun' WILL Feature On New Album After Premiere In Advert

The singer has previewed the track in a new advert for H&M

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Beyonce has previewed her new song 'Standing On The Sun' in an advert for H&M's new summer collection, and it seems fans can rejoice as a rep has confirmed that the track will feature on her upcoming new album.

The 'Single Ladies' diva, who is currently on her 'Mrs. Carter Show' world tour, has signed on as the face of the fashion brand's new summer range and can be seen demonstrating their various swimwear choices including bikinis and skintight dresses, as she splashes and writhes around in the water in the 90-second clip directed by Jonas Akerlund.

Beyonce bares her post-baby body in the H&M advert which features new track 'Standing On The Sun' (YouTube/H&M)

Boasting a calypso beat, 'Standing On The Sun' plays over the clip as Beyonce mouths the words accompanied by bikini-clad dancers.

Lyrics include: “I can't deny your desire, feel like I'm on fire / When you touch me, I feel the flame they can never feel,” and “Can you feel the heat on my skin / Can you feel my loving / You and me, we're standing on the sun.”

'Standing On The Sun' is the third brand new track to be previewed by Beyonce in recent weeks, following hot on the heels of 'Bow Down' and 'Grown Woman,' and a H&M spokesperson has confirmed to EntertainmentWise that not only will the song feature in the advert, but it will appear on Beyonce's new album, albeit a "different mix."

Beyonce dons an array of beachwear from H&M's summer collection (YouTube/H&M)

Fans had hoped that Beyonce would finally unveil her new material on the first few dates of her current world tour, but she waited until one of her shows in Paris this week where she performed a snippet of 'Grown Woman.'

Check out Beyonce's H&M advert below...

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