Hot on the heels of Justin Timberlake's racy clip for "Tunnel Vision," the music video for new single "Take Back The Night" showcases some fancy footwork, gorgeous shots of New York City, Bud Light product placement and zero nudity.
"Take Back the Night" is JT's most straightforward dance cut from 2013, and accordingly, its official clip features exuberant shimmying in the club, on stage, and in front of a Chinese restaurant with an adorable tyke showing off his moves. Splicing live footage with shots of Timberlake commanding his club cohorts, the video stops by Yankee Stadium and the Statue of Liberty before JT jets off into the blackness of an NYC evening.
The "Take Back The Night" video premiere on Tuesday (July 30) was accompanied with an interactive online "journey," where users could scoop up interesting facts about New York and the video shoot on a custom website. The social engagement could help "Take Back The Night" slide up the Hot 100 chart, after the song bumped up eight spots last week to No. 39.
The single previews "The 20/20 Experience - 2 of 2," due out on RCA Records on Sept. 30. The first half of Timberlake's 2013 double album included the hits "Suit & Tie" and "Mirrors," and remains the best-selling album of 2013 after being released last March.