Image from 'Supplies' video

As promised, Justin Timberlake on Thursday released another new song, "Supplies," the latest from his upcoming album Man of the Woods, which is out on Feb. 2.

The track arrived today with an accompanying video, co-starring Eiza González Reyna. It opens with Timberlake watching television screens displaying a number of disturbing images including violent protests, Donald Trump speaking, Harvey Weinstein, white supremacists, mass shootings and a number of other scenes.

The video, which was directed by Kendrick Lamar collaborator Dave Meyers, follows Timberlake through what appears to be a post-apocalyptic terrain. Strangely, a young girl approaches the camera at the end, telling viewers: "Just leave. Die already. You’re still asleep. Wake up. Just leave, please. We’re good."

"Supplies" is the latest preview of Timberlake's new album, which will arrive just two days before he headlines the Super Bowl halftime show on Feb. 4. Earlier this month, he released the lead single "Filthy."

See the "Supplies" video below.