Here’s the music video for Justin Timberlake’s ‘Man Of The Woods’

Flannel shirts at the ready...

Justin Timberlake has released the music video for ‘Man Of The Woods’, and it’s every bit as rugged as you’d probably expect.

Despite the song itself being a slice of slinky pop, the video sees Timberlake getting personal with nature as he dons his flannel shirt for a hike through the woods.

Once he’s arrived in the wild, he pitches his tent and heads straight to a log cabin before a huge dance routine with wife Jessica Biel ensues.

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The track is taken straight from Timberlake’s fifth solo album of the same name, which is released today.

In a three-star review of the record, NME said that Timberlake is “still the funky pop magician we know and love”.

“There’s definitely a nod to new Nashville here – however, we’re talking more Mumford & Sons if they started songwriting for Justin Bieber than the grit and guts of Waylon Jennings or the current king of classic country, Sturgill Simpson”, our review stated.

Timberlake will also return to the Super Bowl this Sunday  for the half time show, his first at the sporting event since an ill-fated performance with Janet Jackson in 2004.

He accidentally ripped Jackson’s top and exposed her nipple. The mishap prompted huge controversy across the US.

“I stumbled through it,” Timberlake recently told Zane Lowe, remembering his last Super Bowl appearance.
“I had my wires crossed and it’s just something that you have to look back on and go like, ‘OK, well you know, you can’t change what’s happened but you can move forward and learn from it.
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