Iggy Azalea kicks off a new chapter with her "Sally Walker" video.

Late Thursday, Azalea released the track—believed to be the first single from her upcoming album—to streaming services alongside the funeral-set music video. The cameo-stacked video sees Azalea and company throwing down to the J. White Did It-produced track among hearses, gravestones, and some calmingly bad weather. Catch it in full up top.

The new album, tentatively titled In My Defense, is—by Billboard's estimates—expected to be released later this year via EMPIRE by way of Azalea's own Bad Dreams. As fans will recall, Azalea announced last year that she was parting ways with Island, who put out her debut studio album The New Classic and the release Survive the Summer.

In November, Azalea let fans in on the details behind her latest deal as an independent artist. "I'm feeling like such a bossy grown ass bitch today," Azalea said at the time, telling fans the deal was worth $2.7 million and would allow her to own her master recordings. "Time to get back to ME," she added.

Her most recent release, the aforementioned Survive the Summer EP, featured the arguably underrated Tyga collab "Kream," featuring production by Ear Drummers’ GT with Wallis Lane and Ronny J. On EP closer "OMG," Azalea linked with Wiz Khalifa.