Kesha leads a religious congregation in new 'Raising Hell' video

The song will appear on the vocalist's forthcoming new album, "High Road," which will arrive on January 10, 2020.

Ahead of the album release, Kesha unveiled the accompanying music video for the catchy "Raising Hell," which was directed by Luke Gilford.

The vintage-style visual depicts the "TiK ToK" vocalist as a celebrity televangelist leading a party-loving congregation.

"I'm all f**ked up in my Sunday best/No one can shame 'cause I love this dress/Only God can judge this holy mess/B**ch, I'm blessed," she sings with Big Freedia in the gospel-infused chorus.

The clip takes a darker turn when Kesha accidentally kills her abusive husband in their opulent mansion and goes on the run as the police chase her.

In a recent interview with SiriusXM, the pop star shared details about the genesis of "Raising Hell."

"I created 'Raising Hell' in the basement of a strange home I'd never been to before. I was with my friends, and we were talking about life, and how we're all very good-hearted people, but sometimes we just like to do bad stuff. It feels good, and it's fun to be bad sometimes," she said.

Kesha announced earlier this week her fourth studio album, "High Road," which will follow her 2017 "Rainbow".

The full-length will feature contributions from Justin Tranter, Jeff Bhasker, Brian Wilson, Sturgill Simpson, Nate Ruess and more.

Although details about "High Road" are still scarce, Kesha explained on Twitter that the project has helped her reconnect "to the unrestrained joy and wildness that's always been a part of me."

In the meantime, discover the music video for "Raising Hell":

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K5q8VsGYchc