Gwen Stefani is once again pouring her heart out in a song.
The 46-year-old singer teased fans on Thursday with a preview of her new music video for her next single, "Misery," in which she croons about needing someone "like drugs." The always fashionable Stefani looks beyond glamorous in the clip, rocking a feathery old school Hollywood dress and flawless makeup.
"You're like drugs, you're like drugs to me," she sings. "I'm so into you totally ... So put me out of my misery, hurry up, come see me."
And we already know her beau, Blake Shelton, approves of the new jam.
"So awesome," the 39-year-old country star tweeted in March when Stefani debuted the song.
Fans are speculating that Stefani's new single is about her relationship with Shelton, given the timing -- the song was released four months after she confirmed she was dating her fellow Voice coach.
ET caught up with Shelton on Monday at The Voice season finale on Monday, where he admitted to writing his own songs about Stefani -- particularly "A Guy With a Girl" off his new album, If I'm Honest.
"I just like being with her, but when she's all dolled up and we go places, it's always fun for me," he told ET's Sophie Schillaci. "If she was here right now, not one person here would be looking at anybody else but her. It's just cool to know that's who I came here with. That's basically what ['A Guy With a Girl'] is about. They may come up and talk to me, but it's only because I'm one person over from her. Pretty cool."