The Neptunes-produced track is the second single off Justin Timberlake‘s forthcoming album Man of The Woods.
After releasing his come back track “Filthy” and its accompanying video which had him play a modern day Steve Job like inventor, Justin Timberlake just dropped the second single and video of his upcoming new album Man of The Woods.
Unlike “Filthy” which had a lot of funk and groove – thanks to an infectious bass line, “Supplies” blends a chopped beat and a sitar-like melody while JT gives us some country inspired vocals. (Trust us you’ll hear it too.)
We’re not sure about this combo but it fits the video pretty well. It’s also the first time Pharrell (who makes a quick appearance)/ The Neptunes and Justin have worked together since the singer’s 2002 debut solo album, justified.
Two more music videos
Directed by Dave Meyers, the visuals are set in post-apocalyptic Los Angeles. The video opens with Timberlake watching a multitude of TV screens showing images of police brutality and marchers in the streets. He then delivers his co-star actress Eiza Gonzalez Reyna from albino alligators and the two finally disrupted a cult-like ritual.
Justin promised his fans they will get 4 videos before the release of his album Feb 2 and also his performance at the Super Bowl Halftime Show. We’re guessing we’re about to get two more Black Mirror-esque videos…