Early Thursday morning, Justin Timberlake released the surreal, post-apocalyptic music video for "Supplies." The visual began with him watching multiple news broadcasts, showing the world in a state of chaos, and ended with a child, covered in dirt, addressing the camera and saying, "Just leave! Die already! Die already! You're still asleep! Wake up! Please! We're good!"
Directed by Dave Meyers and starring Eiza González, "Supplies" is the second single off Timberlake's fifth studio album Man of the Woods, following the Jan. 5 release of "Filthy." The singer previewed all 16 tracks at a private listening party (sponsored by American Express) in New York City Tuesday. "I'm not going to go all Ray LaMontagne on you guys," Timberlake promised, shortly before telling fans he would "shut the f--k up" and let them hear the music. He added that the album's title derives from his son's name, which means "man of the woods."