UPDATE: The music video for Justin Timberlake's second single off Man of the Woods, "Supplies," is here.

Watch the dystopian-themed clip up top.

ORIGINAL POST (1/17): It's been nearly two weeks since Justin Timberlake gave us the first taste of Man of the Woods by dropping its first single, "Filthy," and it looks like he's giving us another preview of his upcoming album Thursday (January 18).

The singer went to Twitter on Wednesday (January 17) to let fans begin to freak out about his new single a day early. He posted a teaser video with the caption "SUPPLIES. Tomorrow at 8am EST,” tagging director Dave Meyers, Pharrell and actress Eiza Gonzalez Reyna.

The clip shows Timberlake sitting in front of a row of televisions, all playing politically charged snippets from "END RACISM NOW" to handguns, police cars, American flags and fire, as a song previously teased in the Man of the Woods trailer (probably "Supplies?") plays in the background.

Perhaps even more exciting than the news of another JT single is the fact that Pharrell is part of it. It's been a while since the two have worked together, and we can't wait to hear what they've come up with this time.

Make sure to stream the song when the clock strikes 8am EST tomorrow, and get even more stoked about Man of the Woods, which is slated for a February 2 release.

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