Melanie Martinez has released her dystopian fantasy-inspired video for the new single "The Bakery."

The single is off of her new EP After School which follows up her widely successful 2019 full-length K-12.

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On Friday, Martinez released the deluxe edition of K-12 which includes her new EP After School. The EP features seven new songs including "The Bakery" which were produced by Blake Slatkin.

Earlier this week, Martinez earned a Billboard Music Award nomination for K-12. The album is nominated in the Top Soundtrack category alongside Motley Crue's The Dirt and more.

On the heels of her latest nomination, Martinez has now unveiled her video for "The Bakery." In the video, we see the former The Voice star truly fall down the rabbit hole into a dystopian dreamscape.

Soon after, Martinez finds herself being shaped and molded into a cookie dough. In the end, her dark fantasy comes to an end by a fork, knife and very hungry individual.

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Martinez has always been heavily involved in the artwork and content for her music. So, it's no surprise that she both directed and managed costume designs for the "The Bakery" video.

K-12 debuted at No.3 on the Billboard 200 back in 2019. As well, it debuted at No.1 on the Alternative Albums, Soundtracks and Vinyl Albums charts. Internationally, K-12 made the top 10 debuts in Canada, Australia, Ireland, Netherlands, the U.K., New Zealand and Spain.

Head here to purchase your copies of K-12 and After School. The "Bakery" video is available to stream below.

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