|Posted by Admin on January 19, 2018 at 12:30 AM|
Justin Timberlake has used some rustic words to describe the vibe of his upcoming Man of the Woods album. And while so far it doesn't sound like he's gone full country on us, it's clear from the futureshock video the Super Bowl halftime performer dropped on Thursday morning (Jan. 18 for the slithery, booming track "Supplies" that the funky JT we know and love is still in there somewhere.
The dystopian Dave Meyers-directed clip opens with a bleary-eyed Timberlake sitting in a darkened room facing a bank of dozens of TV screens blaring headlines about the #MeToo movement, the Harvey Weinstein scandal, Black Lives Matter marches, anti-racism rallies and images of President Trump all superimposed with the red and white stripes of the American flag. From there, Meyers takes the singer on a trippy, flashy ride through a barely recognizable city of the near future filled with peril and the promise of love.
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