The visual is said to illustrate the ups and downs many couples endure during the worldwide lockdowns. We see Woods and his lady confined to their home, where they enjoy meals, play cards and, at times, get into heated arguments.
"'I Feel It' was a song made in a confusing time in life where a lot of transitions were happening to me and my close friends," the Brampton artist said in a statement. "Everybody goes through dark periods in their lives, but a lot of times we don’t want anyone to know, so we hide behind our pain with smiles and laughter. Regardless of how much happiness we may have, unfixed pain always remains. With this song, I wanted fans to know that I go through things just like them. I feel the pain too."
You can watch the "I Feel It" video above and stream it now on all major platforms. The track will appear on Woods' newly announced Dem Times project, which is set to arrive May 15. Fans can pre-order the six-track effort here.