Justin Timberlake navigates a dark future in ‘Supplies’ music video
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Pop singer-songwriter Justin Timberlake premiered the music video for “Supplies” on Jan. 18. He sees a bleak future in the new clip.

“Supplies” is the second song to come from Timberlake’s upcoming album, Man of the Woods. He previewed the record earlier this month with lead single “Filthy.” For those waiting for Justin to go country, “Supplies” is not that song yet. He penned the track with Chad Hugo and Pharrell Williams of The Neptunes, the duo who produced his debut single “Like I Love You.” Booming hip-hop beats and guitar back Timberlake offering his lover full support. “I’ll be the generator / Turn me on when you need electricity,” he sings. In this trap-drenched music scene, Justin comes prepared with a Dirty South banger ready to turn up any party.

In the music video for “Supplies,” Timberlake stares at multiple screens showing all the strife and struggle currently going on in the world. As everything gets darker, he gets closer to “Baby Driver” actress Eiza González and they share some steamy scenes together. Eventually all that’s left in the post-apocalyptic finale is dust with a kid encouraging viewers to “wake up.”

“Supplies” is now available on iTunes and Apple Music. Timberlake’s Man of the Woods album will be released on Feb. 2. His tour in support of the record kicks off in March.