HAIM is sticking to their word and delivering new material.

On Wednesday afternoon, the pop-rock trio released the official video for their latest single "Now I'm in It." The sisters teased the visual earlier this week on Instagram, along with a song description penned by member Danielle Haim, who confirmed the track was about going through a depression. 

"For my sisters and I, there have been times in our lives where we have felt like we are stuck in a dark hole. this track speaks to that emotion," she wrote. "The track is chaotic—like my mind when I'm spiraling ... It seemed like stopping and dealing with these emotions would be letting everyone down. But every time I’ve been depressed, it takes me accepting that I need help, to start to get out of it."

She continued: "This one poured out of us. Take care of yourself. Be nice to yourself. And thank the ones around you that help u every day. Hope this helps anyone who is in it right now."

The visual begins with Danielle sitting at a bar, and then follows her throughout her day; she's seen working a mundane diner job, before getting carried on a stretcher, walking through a car wash, and eventually ending up right where the video started.

You can stream "Now I'm in It" on all major platforms, and check out its video—directed by Oscar-nominated filmmaker Paul Thomas Anderson—above.

The song arrives two months after the release of "Summer Girl," and is expected to appear on the much-anticipated follow-up to 2017's Something to Tell You.