Warren Fu (Paramore, The 1975, The Strokes) directed the song's disturbing video. The clip depicts Williams relaxing at home when floral-patterned and wooden interiors come alive and start chasing her. it ends with Williams dancing with the creatures in a display of emotional liberation. "Her eyes snap open again, and she's almost unrecognizable from her former self," Fu explained to MTV News
. "After the long build-up of pain and struggle, this is the release, the payoff."
The visual continues the storyline of Williams' previous two visuals for "Simmer
" and "Leave It Alone
," both also directed by Fu. The director shot the video trilogy over the course of three days during a cold winter weekend in Tennessee.