We recently gave you a behind-the-scenes look at the video for Nelly Furtado's new song, 'Spirit Indestructible,' which also had one of the best lyric videos we've ever seen. But now? The official clip has made its way online -- and even after all that hype, it doesn't disappoint.

The video for 'Spirit Indestructible,' the second single and title track from Furtado's upcoming album, was shot on Vancouver's scenic Grouse Mountain and does a fine job of capturing the song's empowering and spiritual message. But before the scenic shots featuring snow-capped mountains and beach bonfires, we see Furtado performing in a theater alongside a cute kid playing on an equally cute, miniature piano.

It also serves as a follow-up to the inspirational lyric video featuring footage from Spencer West, a double amputee who climbed Mount Kilimanjaro using only his hands in an effort to raise awareness and money for clean water projects in Africa. (Remember him next time you're griping about the barista at Starbucks getting your half-caf, no-fat, heavy-foam, extra-hot latte wrong.)

For more about Nelly and the 'Spirit Indestructible' video, check out her official website.

Watch the Nelly Furtado 'Spirit Indestructible' Video